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Phase-Locked Loop Frequency Multiplier and Divider Use Cases
Phase-locked loop frequency multiplier and divider use cases

Learn how the PLL frequency multiplier and divider can be used for harmonic demodulation and generating reference signal harmonics and sub-harmonics

Featuring: Multi-instrument Mode, Lock-in Amplifier, Phasemeter, Moku:Pro

Date: October 31, 2022

Signals and Systems for Moku:Go

Signals and Systems coursework is an important foundation for a wide range of engineering disciplines, from RF and Communications to Control and Mechanical Engineering.

Control Systems for Moku:Go

Control Systems concepts are fundamental across engineering disciplines. Mathematical foundations are applicable across mechanical, electrical, chemical, and computational use cases.

Digital Systems for Moku:Go

The successful integration of digital and analog domains is the crux of many modern design challenges. Moku:Go is a comprehensive mixed-signal device, optimal for engineering education.

Stabilizing Multiple Lasers Simultaneously with Moku:Pro

Discover how a Phasemeter exceeds the performance of conventional lock-in amplifiers and makes it easier to achieve phase coherence

Featuring: Phasemeter, Moku:Pro, Lock-in Amplifier

Date: March 08, 2022

Pro MiM setup for PLL
Moku:Pro: Implementing a Phase Locked Loop

Deploy and examine a PLL with Moku:Pro's multi-instrument mode

Featuring: Lock-in Amplifier, Moku:Pro, Multi-instrument Mode

Moku:Pro, a Multi-Frequency Lock-in Amplifier

Achieve multiple-frequency lock-in detection capability using Moku:Pro's Multi-instrument Mode

Featuring: Lock-in Amplifier, Moku:Pro, Multi-instrument Mode

Examples of Moku’s user interface for the Oscilloscope & Arbitrary Waveform Generator,
What is Instrument-on-Chip?

An emerging trend in electronic test equipment. Sophisticated, low-latency signal processing functions – previously performed by a combination of several analog and digital components, can now be integrated on a single, silicon chip.

Moku Pro: transforms
Liquid Instruments’ “Moku” transforms into multiple advanced scientific instruments with Xilinx’s adaptive SoCs

Powered by Zynq® UltraScale+™ MPSoC, Moku Allows Researchers and Students to Quickly Change What it Measures, Using Software

Featuring: Moku:Go, Moku:Lab, Moku:Pro

Source: Xilinx (2021)