The Moku:Go Spectrum Analyzer allows you to observe input signals in the frequency domain between DC and 30 MHz. The frequency down-conversion / FFT hybrid approach provides significant improvement in dynamic range and spectral resolution compared to an FFT-based spectral analysis. View two channels of data simultaneously with a resolution bandwidth as low as 1 Hz over a minimum span of 100 Hz. The Spectrum Analyzer also features two integrated waveform generators capable of producing sine waves at up to 20 MHz.
DC to 30 MHz
100 Hz to 30 MHz
Resolution bandwidth (RBW)
Span dependent, minimum RBW is 1 Hz
Video filter bandwidth
10 Hz to 2.4 MHz
Number of inputs
Number of outputs
5 Vpp into 50 Ω
High bandwidth input and output options
Display and record power spectra or power spectral densities in the frequency domain from DC to 30 MHz
Onboard signal generators
Generate two sine waves up to 20 MHz using the device’s analog outputs
Quickly measure spectral power by dragging measurement cursors onto features of interest using the intuitive interface
Frequency domain analysis
System response characterization
Spurious signal identification
Intuitive software for Windows and Mac
Observe signals in the frequency domain, analyze data, and share results with Moku software. Free and easy to use, all instruments are included with no software license required.Try it in demo mode
Example lab: A.M. sidebands
One of the benefits of a dedicated FFT-based spectrum analyzer is that it is possible to observe the crucial sidebands of an A.M. modulated signal.
Probe up to four peaks using the Spectrum Analyzer’s measurement markers. Real-time and historical trends of peak level, frequency, power, and more are all available at a glance.
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).
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