Waveform Generator

Available on Moku:Go, Moku:Lab, and Moku:Pro hardware

Key Features

Multiple independent output channels
Each analog output channel offers the option to generate an independent waveform

Advanced modulation options
Select from FM, AM, and PM modulation with internal waveform (cross-channel modulation) or external input

Versatile trigger options
Choose from burst or sweep mode with the option to trigger from input, dedicated TTL trigger port (Lab and Pro), or the other output channel

Built-in waveforms
Sine, square, ramp, pulse, and DC

API support
Easily integrate Moku into your current setup with Python, MATLAB, and LabVIEW

Applications

  • Signal simulation
  • Laser scanning microscopy
  • Circuit design and characterization
  • System synchronization
  • Clock source
  • DAC/Op-amp characterization

Compare hardware platforms

The Waveform Generator runs on Moku:Go, Moku:Lab, and Moku:Pro. Compare the platform specs to choose the right system for your application.

Moku:Go’s

Waveform Generator

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Channel count

2 input / 2 output

Frequency range

DC to 20 MHz

Output voltage

± 5 V

Sampling rate

125 MSa/s

Resolution

12 bits

Software & Utilities

macOS App

Windows App

API support for Python and MATLAB

Moku:Go’s

Waveform Generator

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Moku:Lab’s

Waveform Generator

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Channel count

2 input / 2 output

Frequency range

DC to 250 MHz

Output voltage

± 1 V into 50 Ω

Sampling rate

1 GSa/s

Resolution

16 bits

Software & Utilities

iPadOS App

Windows App

API support for Python, MATLAB, and LabVIEW

Moku:Lab’s

Waveform Generator

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Moku:Pro’s

Waveform Generator

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Channel count

4 input / 4 output

Frequency range

DC to 500 MHz

Output voltage

Up to ± 5 V into 50 Ω

Sampling rate

1 GSa/s

Resolution

16 bits

Software & Utilities

iPadOS App

API support for Python and MATLAB

Moku:Pro’s

Waveform Generator

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