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Spectrum Analyzer

One of twelve instruments included with every Moku:Lab

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Spectrum Analyzer

One of twelve instruments
included with every Moku:Lab

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Analyze dynamic signals in the frequency domain, all from an
intuitive iPad interface, or with Python, MATLAB, and LabVIEW.

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Analyze dynamic signals in the frequency domain, all from an intuitive iPad interface, or with Python, MATLAB, and LabVIEW.

Overview

Features


  • Display and record power spectra or power spectral densities in the frequency domain from DC to 250 MHz
  • Quickly measure key metrics by dragging measurement cursors onto features of interest using the iPad’s multi-touch interface
  • Additional display settings: Video bandwidth filtering, Averaging, Persistence
  • Generate two sine waves up to 250 MHz using Moku:Lab’s built-in analog outputs

Specifications


  • Frequency Range: DC to 250 MHz
  • Frequency Span: 1 kHz to 250 MHz
  • Resolution Bandwidth (RBW) modes: Auto, Manual, or Min
  • Minimum RBW: 1 Hz
  • RBW Windows: Blackman-Harris, Flat top, Hanning, None
  • Dual channel sine-wave generator frequency range: 1 mHz to 250 MHz

Measurements, and more


The multitouch user interface really shines with Moku:SpectrumAnalyzer. No need to wrestle with frequency range settings and start/ stop/ span inconsistencies. The Spectrum Analyzer features a frequency range of 200 MHz (extended to 250 MHz in software) and resolution bandwidths down to 1 Hz, all with super fast update rates thanks to the DSP power of Moku:Lab’s FPGA.

Moku:SpectrumAnalyzer inherits the best features from Moku:Oscilloscope: tracking cursors, averaging, persistence and, of course, simple sharing of data via DropBox, iCloud and email. A math channel in Moku:SpectrumAnalyzer includes options to display Max Hold or Min Hold data of a channel. You can display your data with a log or linear power spectrum or power spectral density or even visualize the evolution of spectra with 3D waterfall plots.

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Overview

Features


  • Display and record power spectra or power spectral densities in the frequency domain from DC to 250 MHz
  • Quickly measure key metrics by dragging measurement cursors onto features of interest using the iPad’s multi-touch interface
  • Additional display settings: Video bandwidth filtering, Averaging, Persistence
  • Generate two sine waves up to 250 MHz using Moku:Lab’s built-in analog outputs

Specifications


  • Frequency Range: DC to 250 MHz
  • Frequency Span: 1 kHz to 250 MHz
  • Resolution Bandwidth (RBW) modes: Auto, Manual, or Min
  • Minimum RBW: 1 Hz
  • RBW Windows: Blackman-Harris, Flat top, Hanning, None
  • Dual channel sine-wave generator frequency range: 1 mHz to 250 MHz

Modulation


The multitouch user interface really shines with Moku:SpectrumAnalyzer. No need to wrestle with frequency range settings and start/ stop/ span inconsistencies. The Spectrum Analyzer features a frequency range of 200 MHz (extended to 250 MHz in software) and resolution bandwidths down to 1 Hz, all with super fast update rates thanks to the DSP power of Moku:Lab’s FPGA.

Moku:SpectrumAnalyzer inherits the best features from Moku:Oscilloscope: tracking cursors, averaging, persistence and, of course, simple sharing of data via DropBox, iCloud and email. A math channel in Moku:SpectrumAnalyzer includes options to display Max Hold or Min Hold data of a channel. You can display your data with a log or linear power spectrum or power spectral density or even visualize the evolution of spectra with 3D waterfall plots.

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F.A.Q.


  • How do I track a peak?

    Simply drag out a new marker from the marker button. Track multiple peaks on a single channel by dragging markers directly to the peaks you want. The Measurements Panel is also marker aware. Make measurements based on a marker’s characteristics such as amplitude, frequency, 3 dB width and SNR, or even the difference between markers. Swipe up from the measurement area to reveal the measurement history, a powerful enhancement to conventional zero-span measurements.


  • How do I generate waveforms on Moku:Lab’s analog outputs while running the Spectrum Analyzer?

    Moku:SpectrumAnalyzer can be configured to generate two independent sine waves up to 250 MHz each on Moku:Lab’s analog outputs. In the Moku:Lab App, open the instrument Configuration Panel by tapping on the settings icon (located on the top-right corner of the screen). Select the Output tab, then configure and turn on the desired channel(s).


F.A.Q.


  • How do I track a peak?

    Simply drag out a new marker from the marker button. Track multiple peaks on a single channel by dragging markers directly to the peaks you want. The Measurements Panel is also marker aware. Make measurements based on a marker’s characteristics such as amplitude, frequency, 3 dB width and SNR, or even the difference between markers. Swipe up from the measurement area to reveal the measurement history, a powerful enhancement to conventional zero-span measurements.


  • How do I generate waveforms on Moku:Lab’s analog outputs while running the Spectrum Analyzer?

    Moku:SpectrumAnalyzer can be configured to generate two independent sine waves up to 250 MHz each on Moku:Lab’s analog outputs. In the Moku:Lab App, open the instrument Configuration Panel by tapping on the settings icon (located on the top-right corner of the screen). Select the Output tab, then configure and turn on the desired channel(s).


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