iPad App — Update Log

Moku:Lab iPad App version 1.5

There are some new goodies in the latest Moku:Lab App update. Our two newest instruments bring arbitrary waveform generation and advanced filtering capabilities.


Digital Filter Box (New instrument)

  • Create up to eighth order lowpass, highpass, bandpass and bandstop filters with adjustable parameters, or load your own coefficients to build a customized response.

Arbitrary Waveform Generator (New instrument)

  • Generate custom waveforms with up to 65k points and update rates as high as 1 GS/s
  • Waveforms can be loaded from a file or input as a mathematical function

Oscilloscope

  • Settings in drawer are now hidden when unavailable
  • Fixed a problem with unwanted triggering in single mode

Data Logger

  • Added a warning for files over 4 GB (FAT32 filesystem limit)

Bode Analyzer
(renamed to “Frequency Response Analyzer” as of July 2019)

  • New option to disable output
  • Math channel now respects calibration
  • Math channel now works with fewer than 512 points

LabVIEW control for Moku:Lab


General

  • New French localization
  • New app-wide preferences dialog
  • Connecting to a device is now much faster
  • New option to password-protect a device
  • You can now connect directly to a Moku if you know its IP address
  • Fixed issue where the run button was not hidden in screenshots
  • Improved color contrast in dark mode
  • Minor bug fixes and performance enhancements

We want to hear from you! If you have feedback, bug reports or feature requests, please send them to support@liquidinstruments.com