Quantum optics made easier

Performing sensitive quantum experiments can be complicated — your equipment shouldn't be. Easily create, calibrate, measure, and analyze your optical setups, all the way down to the quantum regime. 

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Achieving precise phase control in optical applications with digital phase-locked loops

Watch our webinar with Optica on demand to learn the fundamental components of a phase-locked loop and how single FPGA-based system can fast-track optical phase locking, while leveraging Python for control and feedback.  


A test platform you can rely on

Moku devices integrate a full suite of instruments crucial for laser stabilization and measurement, like the Laser Lock Box, Phasemeter, and Lock-in Amplifier, while providing common test essentials like an Oscilloscope, Spectrum Analyzer, and Waveform Generator. Thanks to the software-defined, multi-instrument platform, it's easy to integrate custom algorithms into your experiments.

Lossless photon counting

Utilize the 4-channel Time & Frequency Analyzer to detect individual photon events, generate time interval statistics, and determine correlation functions between channels - all with zero dead time. 

Painless laser locking

Easily lock lasers to a cavity using the Laser Lock Box — no manual configuration required. With Lock Assist, you can instantly lock to any zero-crossing on the demodulated error signal.

Custom tools

Use the onboard Moku Cloud Compile to deploy custom signal processing and analysis algorithms directly onto a Moku device's FPGA, and run them alongside all of your other instruments. 

The precision you need, with the flexibility you want

The Moku Phasemeter allows you to visualize multi-channel phase, frequency, and amplitude with microradian precision, all while recording with an embedded data logger. Watch the video to learn more.

Engineered for demanding applications. Like yours.

With Moku:Pro, you have access to multiple pieces of advanced optics instrumentation in one device. Deployed standalone or in Multi-instrument Mode, the Lock-in Amplifier, Laser Lock Box, Phasemeter, and Spectrum Analyzer cover applications such as:

  • Laser frequency stabilization with PDH locking
  • Mach-Zehnder interferometry
  • Broadband frequency detection and analysis
  • Hanbury, Brown and Twiss interferometry


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Advanced optics and photonics instruments in a single platform

We continually update our software with new features, so your Moku device gets better over time. Check out our latest upgrades for Moku:Lab, Moku:Pro, and Moku:Go to enable multi-window viewing and consistent instrument offerings across the entire Moku product line, strengthen API support, improve the capabilities of multiple software-defined instruments, and support a broader range of use cases for closed-loop control systems, spectroscopy, laser frequency stabilization, and more. 


The future of quantum optics testing is software-defined

Quantum optics is an incredibly broad field containing a multitude of active sub-fields. It's also much older than you might think. Read about areas of active research and how Moku can help with your quantum optics experiments. 

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Compare hardware platforms

Explore Moku hardware options. Compare the instrument specs to choose the right device for your application.

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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.