Paul & Max released another terrific educational video. Using Moku:Lab Lock-in Amplifier, they demonstrate signal demodulation and provide a brief math explanation. What’s really nice is that this video covers the principles and walks you through the practical measurements. The end of the video is particularly helpful by explaining the effects of harmonics. For only an eight minute video it packs a lot of information.
Liquid Instruments is pleased to announce an update to Moku:Lab.
Liquid Instruments Application Engineers, Paul Cracknell and Max Fengyuan Deng, produced this educational video on demodulation of a high frequency carrier wave and the relevant signal. It includes experimental setup and a brief discussion of the math involved.
Liquid Instruments and Beijing Institute of Technology officially unveiled the new Moku Joint Lab for Advanced Physics Teaching. The launch of the new lab was held during Public Science Day, a national celebration held throughout China with participation from 120 research institutions. This year’s event marked the 70th anniversary of the Chinese Academy of Sciences..
Liquid Instruments, the developer of Moku:Lab, the software-configurable hardware platform for precision test and measurement and advanced digital signal processing, today announced that it has raised $8.16 million (USD) in a Series A funding round. The round was led by US-based Anzu Partners and includes follow-on investor ANU Connect Ventures in Australia.
We are pleased to announce the release of our latest instrument! Moku:LaserLockBox can be used to stabilize a laser's frequency to a reference cavity or atomic transition using high-performance modulation locking techniques.
We are pleased to announce the release of our 11th instrument, the FIR Filter Builder!
This version includes new features, performance enhancements, and full support for Python, LabVIEW and Matlab APIs.
This version brings major upgrades to Moku:LockInAmplifier, Moku:Phasemeter and Moku:WaveformGenerator.
There are some new goodies in the latest Moku:Lab App update. Our two newest instruments bring arbitrary waveform generation and advanced filtering capabilities.
We are pleased to announce the release of two new instruments! Use Moku:DigitalFilterBox to make eighth order lowpass, highpass, bandpass and bandstop filters with adjustable parameters, or load your own coefficients to build a customized response. Moku:ArbitraryWaveformGenerator allows you to generate custom waveforms with up to 65k points and an update rate of 1 GS/s, load waveform points from a file or input an equation directly.
If you happen to be in Munich in late June, drop by to see us at Laser World of Photonics 2017 for our European launch. Liquid Instruments booth is located inside the giant Laser 2000 booth (Messe München, Hall B3). We are partnering with Laser 2000 to bring Moku:Lab to all European countries. Our engineers and scientists will be on hand to provide demonstrations of all our instruments, and you might even get a sneak peak at some upcoming (i.e. unannounced) instruments!
Introducing pymoku, our Python compatible API brings Windows, Linux and Mac support to Moku:Lab and offers a full featured way to control your Moku:Lab.
Drop by and see us at CLEO:EXPO at the San Jose Convention Center 16 - 18 May 2017. We'll be showing off the Moku:Lab's new PID Controller and Bode Analyzer instruments!
What's new in version 1.4.1
What's new in version 1.4
We are exhibiting at Photonics West this week! Stop by and visit us in Moscone North, Booth #4055.
What's new in version 1.3
This version includes minor bug fixes and performance enhancements.
We are pleased to announce the release of Moku:DataLogger, our newest instrument!