Can I adjust amplitude of Moku:Labs output reference clock ?
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Moku:Labs output reference clock at 10MHz
Moku:Lab provides a reference clock output on the rear panel. This can be used to synchronize to other items of lab test and measurement equipment.
This clock output is fixed at 10 MHz, -3 dBm (50ohms) or 500 mVpp.
However, many of our instruments (Oscilloscope, Phasemeter, Datalogger, Phasemeter, Spectrum Analyzer) provide an in-built waveform generator. This in-built waveform generator can be used to provide a reference to external equipment; the amplitude and frequency can be adjusted.
Finally, if you are using a Moku:Lab instrument that does NOT integrate a waveform generator; you can use a second Moku:Lab to provide an adjustable amplitude reference output using our Waveform generator instrument. This second Moku:Lab can then be synchornized to the first Moku:Lab via the rear panel reference clocks.