oscillograph


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a device for making a record of the wave forms of fluctuating voltages or currents

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2] [micro]g/ml) and increasing concentrations (200, 400, 800 and 1200 mg/ml) of the extract prepared in distilled water, were tested and the results were recorded on a Harvard Universal Oscillograph with the help of an isotonic T2 transducer.
An electro-dynamic converter of Deprez type, taken from a pen-writing oscillograph, was described in (Buben and Broz, 2002).
The Swedish artist Carl Michael von Hausswolff applied his sound experiments as a kind of acoustic security camera: He added sound recorders to the building's electrical grid, transforming the electrical current into noises whose frequencies appear on an oscillograph as a greenish force field.
With the use of a vacuum tube amplifier and oscillograph he measured changes in potential at the skin surface.
An oscillograph recorder provides recording of all monitored waveforms, storing up to 120 cycles of data.
A study on the clinical value of ear points - diagnosis oscillograph (E.
A range of gain settings on the oscillograph were used depending on the responsiveness of the preparation.
If the total power required is transmitted through gears of any sort, the gears introduce so much noise in oscillograph images from accelerometers that the oscillographs are difficult to interpret.
74) While a tone, for example, can be visualized by an oscillograph or an electronic oscilloscope, the image is not an akoumenon because such an electronic reproduction does not capture the original expression of energy exchange, that is, it cannot reproduce the original and unique cue of that particular tone.