oscillograph

NOUN
  1. a device for making a record of the wave forms of fluctuating voltages or currents
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  • Turner grabbed for an aluminum-encased oscillograph. Blood Lite II: Overbite
  • Back in the lab, we fished up from the hole the muscle's pointy end and tied it to an oscillograph whose pen-arm moved at first in even sweeps. Narrative Magazine's Friday Feature
  • Back then, the gauges were hooked up to an oscillograph, a machine that recorded data in squiggly lines on a moving roll of graph paper, something like an electrocardiograph did before the digital age. The Dream Machine
  • Page view page image: bridge, the Koepsel permeameter, the Duddell double projection oscillograph, the Station photometer with Lummer-Brodhun screen, the Carey-Foster bridge and others. The University of Virginia Record
  • We work out the system structure of digital blood pressure monitor according to the principle of oscillography.
  • Thomson double bridge, the Koepsel permeameter, the Duddell double projection oscillograph, the Station photometer with Lummer-Brodhun screen, the Carey-Foster bridge and others. The University of Virginia Record
  • Direct waveform transmits complement that makes AWG 2005 perfect the digital memory oscillograph of peaceful gram company.
  • A new oscillographic titration method for the determination of phosphorus content in laundry powder is described.
  • His job was to handle two life-sized dummies equipped with instrumentation including an oscillograph. The Dream Machine
  • Back then, the gauges were hooked up to an oscillograph, a machine that recorded data in squiggly lines on a moving roll of graph paper, something like an electrocardiograph did before the digital age. The Dream Machine
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