Sampling rate
500 MSa/s

Bandwidth
200 MHz

Input voltage range
±5 V

Waveform generator
Integrated

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 capable of producing sine waves at up to 250 MHz and square, sawtooth, and triangle waves at up to 100 MHz, enabling it to simulate a system and measure it’s response simultaneously.

Features

High bandwidth input and output
Two analog inputs with 200 MHz bandwidth

Built-in two-channel 250 MHz waveform generator

TTL-compatible external trigger

Onboard signal analysis toolbox
Visualization tools including measurement trends and histograms

Math channel with support for arbitrary functions

Multitouch interface
Intuitively adjust time and voltage levels with pan and pinch gestures

Save data
Single tap data uploading to the Cloud, email or SD card

Cursors abound
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

Histograms
Display live, full frame rate histograms, useful for diagnosing sources of error such as electronic crosstalk

Intuitive graphical user interface with versatile API support
Wireless or wired touch-based interface to iPad

Python, MATLAB, and LabVIEW APIs for advanced programming support

App Notes
Introduction to Oscilloscopes

Specifications

Input range
< 30 nV/√Hz above 100 kHz at 1 Vpp

Vertical resolution
Of 12 bits at 500 MSa/s up to 22 bits at 1 kS/s

Waveform measurements
Over 20 to choose from

Coupling and input impedance
Switchable AC/DC coupling and 50Ω/1MΩ input impedance

Interpolation options
Linear, Sinc, and Gaussian

Specs
Moku:Lab Spec Sheet

Datasheet
Oscilloscope Datasheet

Manual
Oscilloscope User Manual

Software integrations

Wirelessly monitor signals and configure your Moku:Lab hardware, all
from an intuitive iPad interface, or with Python, MATLAB, and LabVIEW.

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