Great strides in atom interferometry with Moku:Lab
Learn more in the publication from Stanford’s Kasevich Group: “A 40 W, 780 nm laser system with compensated dual beam splitters for atom interferometry”.
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The United States Air Force Academy has implemented Moku:Lab at every level of engineering education. Get inspiration for your classroom from their coursework samples.
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The world’s most flexible test and measurement platform. Combining the signal processing power of an FPGA with high-speed analog hardware to deliver great performance for 12 instruments and counting.