Arbitrary Waveform Generator

Available on Moku:Go and Moku:Lab hardware

Key Features

Generate preset or custom waveforms
Choose between one of the preset waveforms, load points from a file, or input a equation directly.

Intuitive user interface
Configure the Arbitrary Waveform Generator from intuitive Moku software

Independent triggering
Burst and pulsed modes

API integration
Full integration with Python, MATLAB, and LabVIEW

Supported waveforms
Sine, Gaussian, Exponential Rise, Exponential Fall, Sinc, and custom waveform with up to 65,536 points

  • Applications
  • Random pattern scanning
  • System response simulation
  • Additive manufacturing
  • Instrument response function simulation
  • Quantum computing
  • Semiconductor testing

Compare hardware platforms

Choose the platform with the specifications that best suit your application. With Moku hardware you get the signal processing power of the FPGA combined with a high-quality analog front-end, ensuring both flexibility and performance.

Moku:Go’s

Arbitrary Waveform Generator

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Independent channels

2

Maximum sample rate

125 MSa/s

Output bandwidth

20 MHz

DAC resolution

12 bits

Output range

± 5 V

Memory depth

65,536

Software & APIs

macOS App

Windows App

API support for Python and MATLAB

Moku:Go’s

Arbitrary Waveform Generator

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Moku:Lab’s

Arbitrary Waveform Generator

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Independent channels

2

Maximum sample rate

1 GSa/s

Output bandwidth

300 MHz

DAC resolution

16 bits

Output range

±1 V

Memory depth

65,536

Software & APIs

iPadOS App

Windows App

API support for Python, MATLAB, and LabVIEW

Moku:Lab’s

Arbitrary Waveform Generator

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