Moku:Lab is a Frequency Response Analyser with a reconfigurable hardware platform. It combines the digital signal processing power of an FPGA with versatile analog inputs and outputs. This simplifies your workflow by giving you access to 12 high-performance instruments. Enabling you to measure what you need when you need.
Below are a selection of the 12 core instruments available:
The Moku:Lab Frequency Response Analyser enables you to measure the frequency response and gain/ phase of a system in both magnitude and phase using a swept sine output from 10 mHz to 120 MHz. Select from between 32 and 512 points per sweep and configure settling and averaging times to reject unwanted noise during the frequency sweep process.
Moku:Lab’s Phasemeter measures phase of up to two input signals with better than 6 µradian precision from 1 kHz up to 200 MHz. Based on a digitally implemented phase-locked loop architecture, Moku:Lab’s Phasemeter provides exceptional dynamic range, zero dead-time and measurement precision that exceeds the performance of conventional lock-in amplifiers and frequency counters.
Moku:Lab’s Oscilloscope features two 500 MSa/s analog input channels with 200 MHz analog bandwidth, 10 Vpp input voltage range, and user-configurable AC / DC coupling and 50 Ω / 1 MΩ impedance. The Oscilloscope also features two integrated waveform generators. These are capable of producing sine waves at up to 250 MHz. They also produce square, ramp, and pulse waves at up to 100 MHz. This enables it to simulate a system and measure its response simultaneously.
Other core instruments are:
- Lock-in Amplifier
- Arbitrary Waveform Generator
- Waveform Generator
- PID Controller
- Data Logger
- Spectrum Analyzer
- Laser Lock Box
- Digital Filter Box
- FIR Filter Builder
Further specifications for the Frequency Response analyser, Phasemeter and Oscilloscope can be found below, for datasheets and user manuals on these and any of the other instruments please ask for further information.