Frequency range (up to)
250 MHz

Frequency span
1 kHz to 250 MHz

Minimum RBW
1 Hz

Waveform generator

Moku:Lab’s Spectrum Analyzer allows you to observe input signals in the frequency domain between DC and 250 MHz. View two channels of data simultaneously with a resolution bandwidth as low as 1 Hz over a minimum span of 100 Hz. The Spectrum Analyzer also features two integrated waveform generators capable of producing sine waves at up to 250 MHz.


High bandwidth input and output options
Display and record power spectra or power spectral densities in the frequency domain from DC to 250 MHz

Generate two sine waves up to 250 MHz using Moku:Lab’s built-in analog outputs

Additional display settings
Video bandwidth filtering, Averaging, Persistence

Intuitive graphical user interface with versatile API support
Quickly measure key metrics by dragging measurement cursors onto features of interest using the iPad’s multi-touch interface

Python, MATLAB and LabVIEW APIs for advanced programming support

App Note
Intro to Spectrum Analyzer


Frequency range
DC to 250 MHz

Frequency span
1 kHz to 250 MHz

Resolution bandwidth (RBW) modes
Auto, Manual, or Min

Minimum RBW
1 Hz

RBW windows
Blackman-Harris, Flat top, Hanning, None

Dual channel sine-wave generator
frequency range
1 mHz to 250 MHz

Moku:Lab Spec Sheet

Spectrum Analyzer Datasheet

Spectrum Analyzer User Manual

Software integrations

Analyze dynamic signals in the frequency domain, all from
an intuitive iPad interface, the Windows App (beta), or with
integrations for Python, MATLAB, and LabVIEW.

Multitouch user interface

The multitouch user interface really shines with Moku:SpectrumAnalyzer. No need to wrestle with frequency range settings and start/ stop/ span inconsistencies. The Spectrum Analyzer features a frequency range of 200 MHz (extended to 250 MHz in software) and resolution bandwidths down to 1 Hz, all with super fast update rates thanks to the DSP power of Moku:Lab’s FPGA.

Moku:Lab’s Spectrum Analyzer inherits the best features from Moku:Lab’s Oscilloscope

This includes tracking cursors, averaging, persistence and, of course, simple sharing of data via DropBox, iCloud and email. The math channel in Moku:Lab’s Spectrum Analyzer includes options to display Max Hold or Min Hold data of a channel. You can display your data with a log or linear power spectrum or power spectral density or even visualize the evolution of spectra with 3D waterfall plots.

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