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Oscilloscope

Oscilloscope

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

Liquid Instruments

Oscilloscope

The Oscilloscope graphically displays oscillations from the signals you are processing. This instrument also features waveform generators enabling the instrument to simulate a system and measure its response simultaneously.

  • Moku:Go’s Oscilloscope / Voltmeter features two input channels with sampling rates up to 125 MSa/s and 30 MHz analog bandwidth
  • Moku:Lab’s Oscilloscope features two 500 MSa/s analog input channels with 200 MHz analog bandwidth
  • Moku:Pro’s 5 GSa/s Oscilloscope features four high-speed, ultra-low noise input channels with 600 MHz analog bandwidth

Below is the Oscilloscope’s user interface showcasing some of the key features explained below:

 

Key Features of the Oscilloscope:

Display Options

The Oscilloscope can provide waveform averaging to reduce noise and persistence to catch brief events.

  • Averaging – Drag a slider to average the waveforms being measured. If the signal is repetitive this method can improve precision by reducing noise
  • Persistence – Used for capturing brief events that otherwise would by only on the screen for one frame. Drag a slider to keep a given number of waveforms on the screen without fading out

 

Integrated Waveform Generator

Multi-channel, high-speed waveform generator. Produces waveforms such as sine, square, ramp, and pulse.

  • Moku:Go – Built-in two-channel 20 MHz waveform generator
  • Moku:Lab – Built-in two-channel 250 MHz waveform generator
  • Moku:Pro – Built-in four-channel 500 MHz waveform generator

 

Intuitive User Interface

Math Channel – Real-time addition, subtraction, multiplication, division for incoming data which is displayed onto a different channel. There is also an FFT function available with support for arbitrary functions.

Measurements and Cursors – Extensive selection of built-in measurements and draggable cursors. Show up to 5 cursors on each channel and on the horizontal axis. Each one can be set as a reference or pinned to the waveform.

On-board Signal Analysis Tools – Includes a variety of visualisation tools including measurement trends and histograms.

 

Complete API Integration

Integrate with your current system through Python, MATLAB, or LabVIEW APIs.

 

Applications:

  • Signal monitoring and analysis
  • Circuit design and characterisation
  • Jitter/clock analysis
  • Automated system test
  • System test and debug
  • Photo detector alignment

The Oscilloscope runs on Moku:Go, Moku:Lab and Moku:Pro. You can compare the platform specifications below:

Moku:Go’s
Oscilloscope
Moku:Lab’s
Oscilloscope
Moku:Pro’s
Oscilloscope
Channel Count
2 inputs / 2 outputs 2 inputs / 2 outputs 4 inputs / 4 outputs
Digital I/O
16 channels TTL external trigger TTL external trigger
Sampling Rate
125 MSa/s 500 MSa/s Up to 5 GSa/s
Memory depth
16,000 points 16,000 points 60 million points
Bandwidth
30 MHz 200 MHz 600 MHz
ADC Resolution
12 bits 12 bits 10 + 18 bits blended
10 MHz Reference
No Yes Yes
Deployable in Multi-instrument Mode?
Yes N/A Yes
Software & Utilities
macOS App
Windows App
API support for Python and MATLAB
iOS App
Windows App
API support for Python, MATLAB, and LabVIEW
iOS App
API support for Python and MATLAB
Oscilloscope Datasheet - Moku:Go
Oscilloscope Datasheet - Moku:Lab
Oscilloscope Datasheet - Moku:Pro
Oscilloscope User Manual - Moku:Go
Oscilloscope User Manual - Moku:Lab
Oscilloscope User Manual - Moku:Pro
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