Case studies

Figure 3: MEMS and Moku:Pro workflow: The Lock-in Amplifier in Slot 2 detects the Feedback signal amplitude A, which is then routed to a PID Controller in Slot 3 to produce the control signal. Subsequently, this control signal is mixed with the phase-locked unit amplitude signal in the Lock-in Amplifier in Slot 4. This process controls the Drive signal’s amplitude to stabilize the amplitude of the resonating mass in the MEMS device. Additionally, Slot 1 hosts an extra Lock-in Amplifier tasked with monitoring the response of the Sensing signal.
MEMS resonance tracking and amplitude stabilization with Moku:Pro

Learn how researchers at Southeast University in China are streamlining MEMS control and test processes

Featuring: Moku:Pro, Lock-in Amplifier, PID Controller

Date: July 5, 2024

Hong-Ou-Mandel setup
Developing low-power, high-precision microscopes with Moku:Go

Learn how reconfigurable instrumentation is helping researchers advance HOM microscopy with agility and speed

Featuring: Moku:Go, Oscilloscope, PID Controller

Date: April 08, 2024

Allan deviation results
Using Allan deviation to drive oscillator characterization with Moku:Go

Learn how an FPGA-based approach is helping one researcher capture long-term oscillator stability measurements

Featuring: Waveform Generator, Phasemeter, Moku:Go

Date: March 13, 2024

Stuttgart nuclear magnetic resonance experiment setup
Developing novel nuclear magnetic resonance medical imaging techniques with Moku:Pro

Proving the viability of VCO-based NMR for new advancements in medical imaging at the University of Stuttgart, Germany

Featuring: Moku:Pro, Lock-in Amplifier, Moku Cloud Compile, Waveform Generator, PID Controller

Date: February 27, 2024

Moku:Go Waveform Generator
Enhancing unmanned aerial vehicle detection with FMCW radar and Moku:Go

Learn how researchers are using versatile instrumentation to explore novel methods of unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) identification

Featuring: Moku:Go, Waveform Generator, Data Logger

Date: February 23, 2024

A mach-zehnder interferometer
Accelerating multiparameter estimation in quantum optics experiments with Moku:Lab

How quantum metrology researchers are approaching the limit of precision with software-defined instrumentation

Featuring: Moku:Lab, Lock-in Amplifier, Spectrum Analyzer

Date: January 24, 2024

a dark matter detector made of a dilution refrigerator and rack-mount electronics.
Revealing the “SPLENDOR” of dark matter with Moku:Pro

Learn how researchers are constructing a light dark matter detector with flexible data logging

Featuring: Moku:Pro, Data Logger, Python

Date: January 19, 2024

Figure 2: The optical setup including two Moku:Go devices, the laser source, and other optical components.
Auto-aligning optical cavity systems with Moku:Go

Learn how Floquet researchers are using software-defined instrumentation to automate laser beam alignment and advance machine learning capabilities to physical systems

Featuring: Moku:Go, Logic Analyzer / Pattern Generator, Oscilloscope

Date: January 2, 2024

Figure 1: Moku:Pro Multi-instrument Mode configuration, with four instruments deployed simultaneously.
Advancing Fourier transform ultrafast spectroscopy with Moku:Pro

Learn how researchers at the Chinese Academy of Sciences are using the Moku:Pro Lock-in Amplifier and Moku Cloud Compile to fast-track particle analysis

Featuring: Moku:Pro, Moku Cloud Compile, Lock-in Amplifier, Data Logger, Multi-instrument Mode

Date: December 8, 2023