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.
Generate and output modulation signals at up to 200 MHz
Demodulate the input signal with an internal or external local oscillator including a phase-locked loop option
Scan across resonances with sawtooth or triangle waveforms at up to 1 MHz
Quickly lock to any zero-crossing in the error signal using the 'tap-to-lock' feature
Filter the demodulated input signal with up to fourth order infinite-impulse response filters
Individually configure fast and slow PID controllers
Observe signals at different stages in the signal processing chain using an in-built oscilloscope
Other improvements in this version include:
Moku:ArbitraryWaveformGenerator now supports triggering, with N-cycle and Start burst modes which can be triggered using an external trigger signal. In addition, Moku:ArbitraryWaveformGenerator now gives you full control over the number of points, update rate and interpolation of waveforms. There is also a new cardiac waveform for simulating ECG patterns, and a new graphical piecewise equation editor which makes building custom waveforms easier than ever.
Moku:DigitalFilterBox adds extended ranges for lowpass, highpass and bandstop filters, allowing corner frequencies up to six orders of magnitude below the sampling rate.
New-look main menu with options to connect to a recently-used device, switch instruments directly or open the file manager to view, upload and share data files on your device.
Minor bugfixes, interface improvements and performance enhancements.
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