Moku:Go Oscilloscope / Voltmeter

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The Moku:Go Oscilloscope / Voltmeter features two input channels with sampling rates up to 125 MSa/s and 30 MHz analog bandwidth. Both channels support user-selectable AC / DC couplings, and 10 Vpp or 50 Vpp input ranges. The built-in two-channel waveform generator is capable of producing waveforms with a maximum bandwidth of 20 MHz. The ADCs and DACs are directly connected to a powerful FPGA that allows you to configure the instrument wirelessly in real-time with our clean, intuitive client software on Windows or Mac.



Sampling rate
125 MSa/s

Input bandwidth
30 MHz

ADC resolution
12 bits

Input impedance
1 MΩ

Input coupling
AC or DC

Input range
10 Vpp or 50 Vpp

Input noise
8 mV RMS (10 Vpp)

Output bandwidth
20 MHz (10 Vpp)

Key features

Output waveforms
Sine, square, ramp

Math channel
Add, subtract, multiply, divide, XY mode, FFT, etc

Onboard Waveform Generator
2 Channels up to 20 MHz

Edge or pulse trigger


Signal monitoring and analysis

Circuit design and characterization

Automated system test

System test and debug


Moku:Go Datasheet
Moku:Go's Oscilloscope / Voltmeter Datasheet

User Manual
Moku:Go’s Oscilloscope / Voltmeter User Manual

App Notes
Bit Growth via Oversampling
Moku:Go's AWG with MATLAB
Moku:Go’s I-V curve tracing
Download Printable Version
PID Controller Lab - Ziegler-Nichols Method

Software & APIs

Wirelessly monitor signals and configure your Moku hardware, all from intuitive Moku software for Windows or macOS, or with APIs for Python, MATLAB, and LabVIEW.

Intuitive software for Windows and Mac

Configure your instrument and save and share data with Moku software. Free and easy to use, all instruments are included with no software license required.

Try it in demo mode

Multiple embedded instruments

In addition to being a full-feature oscilloscope and voltmeter, this instrument also includes an onboard high-speed waveform generator with a maximum frequency of up to 20 MHz. The math channel feature an FFT option for basic spectral analysis. You can also access the pop-out window for the programmable power supplies on M1 and M2 models.


Automatic and manual measurements

Select from a wide range of pre-set measurements from the measurements pane, which can perform a variety of calculations such as the difference between channels and show trends. Add cursors to set custom measurements for voltage or time between points.


Available on Moku:Go hardware

A powerful FPGA paired with a high-quality analog front-end make Moku:Go the most robust hardware in education, capable of complex, real-time digital signal processing. An integrated Wi-Fi hotspot and programmable power supplies ensure that students have the complete solution they need all four years (and beyond).

Moku:Go features a suite of integrated instruments

Replace multiple instruments with a single device that has everything students need for a fraction of the cost.