The Moku:Pro Arbitrary Waveform Generator can generate custom waveforms with up to 65,536 points at sample rates of up to 1.25 GSa/s. Waveforms can be loaded from a file or input as a piece-wise mathematical function with up to 32 segments, enabling you to generate truly arbitrary waveforms. In burst mode, waveform generation can be triggered from input channels with start or n cycle modes. In pulsed mode, waveforms can be output with more than 250,000 cycles of dead time between pulses.
Maximum sample rate
2 Vpp or 10 Vpp (50 Ω)
Sine, Gaussian, Exponential fall, Exponential rise, Sinc, equation editor, and custom (from file)
Up to 32 segments
Up to ± 5 V with 100 μV resolution
0° to 360° with 0.001° resolution
Maximum output rate
• 312.5 MSa/s with 65,536 points
• 625 MSa/s with 32,768 points
• 1.25 GSa/s with 16,384 points
Configure output phase synchronization
Phase-synchronized output between the four channels
Select from normal or pulsed output
Configure pulsed output with up to 250,000 cycles of dead time between pulses
Option for preset or custom waveforms
Choose between one of the preset waveforms, including sine, Gaussian, exponential fall, exponential rise, sinc. Or load points from a file or input an equation directly
Random pattern scanning
System response simulation
Intuitive software and API integration
Moku: app for iPadOS provides a clear and dynamic user experience, making configuring, modifying, and debugging your setup easy.
API integration with Python and MATLAB allows straightforward automation of Moku:Pro in complex setups or for repetitive tasks.Try the software
Live equation editor
Edit complex equations live and apply instantly to your experimental setup
Choose from custom or predefined waveforms
Select from 6 pre-defined waveforms or upload custom waveforms from a loaded file or as a piece-wise mathematical function
Available on Moku:Pro hardware
Our most powerful hardware platform to date, Moku:Pro harnesses the power of a Xilinx Ultrascale+ FPGA with higher bandwidth, lower noise, more channels, and more output power than ever before.
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