Moku:Lab’s Digital Filter Box

Overview

With Moku:Lab’s Digital Filter Box, you can interactively design and generate different types of infinite impulse response filters with output sampling rates of 122.07 kHz and 15.625 MHz. Select between lowpass, highpass, bandpass, and bandstop filter shapes with up to eight fully configurable types including Butterworth, Chebyshev, and Elliptical.

Specs

Sampling rate
122.07 kHz

Filter order
2, 4, 6, 8

Input range
± 0.5 V or ± 5 V

Output voltage range
± 1 V into 50 Ω

Corner frequencies
23.45 mHz to 7 MHz

Input-output latency
Sub-microsecond

Passband ripple
Configurable 0.1 – 10 dB

Stopband attenuation
Configurable 10 – 100 dB

Adjustability
Independently adjustable input and output offsets and gain

Key features

Filter shapes
Lowpass, Highpass, Bandpass, Bandstop

Filter types
Butterworth, Cascaded, Chebyshev I, Chebyshev II, Elliptic, Bessel, Gaussian, and Legendre

Visualize your signal and configuration in real-time
Design your filter’s frequency response using the interactive Bode plot

Block diagram view of the digital signal processing with built-in probe points for signal monitoring

Onboard Oscilloscope
500 MSa/s

Versatile input and output options
2 input channels, 2 output channels with optional blending for MIMO systems

Build your own IIR filters
Supports custom filter designs

Applications

System design

Closed-loop control

Noise filtering

Signal amplification

Documentation

Specs
Moku:Lab Spec Sheet

Datasheet
Digital Filter Box Datasheet

User Manual
Digital Filter Box User Manual

Software & APIs

Interactively design and generate preset or custom IIR filters, all from intuitive Moku software for iPad, or with APIs for Python, MATLAB, and LabVIEW.

Freedom in the lab when you need it

Visualize your signal and configuration in real-time while you move freely through the lab with Moku software for iPad. Design your filter’s frequency response using the interactive Bode plot.

Try it in demo mode

Onboard oscilloscope and data logger

The integrated oscilloscope and data logger can be used to probe or record the signal at the input, pre-filter, and output stages.

Versatile input and output options

2 input and 2 output channels with optional blending for MIMO systems.

Available on Moku:Lab hardware

The digital signal processing power of an FPGA coupled with the high-quality analog front-end ensures that with Moku:Lab you never have to sacrifice performance for flexibility.

Moku:Lab features a suite of twelve different instruments

Replace multiple pieces of equipment with a single device at a fraction of the cost.