Arbitrary Waveform Generator

Moku Devices
Latest software release adds Multi-instrument Mode and Moku Cloud Compile to Moku:Lab

Moku version 3.0 also brings significant instrument upgrades for Moku:Lab, as well as new features for Moku:Pro and Moku:Go

Featuring: Moku:Lab, Moku:Go, Moku:Pro, Multi-instrument Mode, Moku Cloud Compile, Phasemeter, Oscilloscope, Waveform Generator, Frequency Response Analyzer, Laser Lock Box, Lock-in Amplifier, Spectrum Analyzer, PID Controller

Date: May 15, 2023

How to migrate Moku:Lab to software version 3.0

Review these guides to ensure an optimal experience when upgrading from version 1.9 to 3.0

Featuring: Moku:Lab, Moku Cloud Compile, Multi-instrument Mode, Oscilloscope, Phasemeter, Waveform Generator, Frequency Response Analyzer, Laser Lock Box, Lock-in Amplifier, Spectrum Analyzer

Date: May 11, 2023

Does your senior design project work?

Director of Product Ben Nizette shares why engineering students need the right equipment to succeed

Featuring: Moku:Go, Arbitrary Waveform Generator, Data Logger, Control Systems, DSP, PID Controller

Date: March 16, 2023

MiM with MCC and Oscolloscope for OSU case study
Automating the future at Oregon State University Ecampus with Moku:Go

Modern engineering curriculum encourages remote learning while accelerating student outcomes

Featuring: Moku:Go, Multi-instrument Mode, Moku Cloud Compile, Oscilloscope, Waveform Generator, Lock-in Amplifier, PID Controller, Education

Date: February 6, 2023

Moku:Go Oscilloscope measuring the AWG output generated from the MATLAB example script.
Moku:Go’s Arbitrary Waveform Generator

Using MATLAB to generate modulated arbitrary waveforms

Featuring: Moku:Go, Oscilloscope, MATLAB, Arbitrary Waveform Generator

Moku:Lab’s Oscilloscope in XY mode, confirming the output of the spiral scan pattern
Dual channel synchronized pattern generation with the Moku:Lab Arbitrary Waveform Generator

Produce waveform patterns for 2D arbitrary beam steering

Featuring: Moku:Lab, Arbitrary Waveform Generator