Discover new ways to elevate engineering education


Visit us at booth #412 at the ECEDHA Annual Conference from March 17-20 in New Mexico to learn how to accelerate learning through your engineering program with the Moku platform.

Meet with our application engineers and product experts to see why Moku solutions improve classroom engagement, prepare engineering students for the workforce with modern tools, and help students explore advanced topics, sooner.

We look forward to meeting you!

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A premium, all-in-one solution

With Moku, you’ll replace multiple pieces of equipment with a single professional-grade device at a fraction of the cost. It’s an unparalleled combination of performance and flexibility. Choose from three hardware devices that each offer up to 12 software-defined instruments for your application needs: Moku:Go for teaching, Moku:Lab for research, and Moku:Pro for technology development.

Redefine engineering curriculum

Watch our recent webinar in partnership with ECEDHA, "Redefining Engineering Education with Moku:Go: Strategies for Success at Oregon State University." Ben Nizette, Director of Product at Liquid Instruments, and Jason Clark, Associate Professor at Oregon State University, share how Moku:Go is revolutionizing engineering education and inspiring students.

Modern tools to elevate engineering education

To prepare undergraduate students for the next-generation workforce, engineering education programs should be equipped with the latest tools and technology.

Designed with an intuitive user interface, Moku:Go provides an enjoyable learning experience while reinforcing fundamental concepts and making advanced topics more accessible, sooner.

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Automating the future at Oregon State University Ecampus with Moku:Go

Modern engineering curriculum encourages remote learning while accelerating student outcomes.

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New lab established at Beijing Institute of Technology

Liquid Instruments and Beijing Institute of Technology establish a joint laboratory for advanced physics education.


Vision-based industrial control with Moku:Go

Learn how undergraduate students combined open-source computer vision solutions with the Moku:Go PID Controller for two-dimensional target tracking.

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SRS microscopy experiments with Moku solutions at the University of Washington

Learn how Ph.D. students are using Moku:Pro, Moku:Lab, and Moku:Go to perform medical imaging on tissue samples.

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Control systems with Moku:Go

Read the white paper to see how Moku:Go makes control systems lectures and labs more engaging for students with intuitive tools. You can also explore the Signals and Systems and Digital Systems coursework guides.

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University of Arkansas: "The Moku:Go Helps Our Students"

Don't just take it from us — listen to undergraduate students at the University of Arkansas talk about their experience with Moku:Go in this independent testimonial. The U of A EE department now hosts 24-hour student access labs featuring Moku:Go.

Can't make it to the ECEDHA Conference? It's easy to connect virtually

Click the button below to schedule a virtual demonstration. Speak with an engineer to discuss your specific applications and discover how to work smarter with Moku solutions.


About Liquid Instruments

Liquid Instruments delivers modern, software-defined test and measurement solutions that provide advanced capabilities, a great user experience, and custom programmability for maximum flexibility and performance in a range of applications.

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