oscillograph


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oscillograph

[ə′sil·ə‚graf]
(engineering)
A measurement device for determining waveform by recording the instantaneous values of a quantity such as voltage as a function of time.
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The baseline tension of isolated tracheal tissue was maintained at 1 gram through out the experiment which was optimal for measuring the changes in the resting tension of tracheal muscles through Isometric Force Displacement Transducer on Four Channel Oscillograph Harvard Model No 50-930712.
9 Tracheal contractions were recorded with Research Grade Isometric Force Displacement Transducer (Harvard Model No 72-4494) on four-channel oscillograph (Harvard Model No 50-9307).
Machines such as the oscillograph are used by modern acoustic linguists to catch even slightly varying degrees of stress.
The amplified output from the strain gauge was recorded by a rapid response oscillograph.
During the 1920s he devised a system of electrodes that, when applied to the skull and connected to an oscillograph, would give a recording of the rhythmic shifting of electric potentials commonly called brain waves.
The latest version of the Yerziey mechanical oscillograph (AYO-IV) complies with this test method.
The contractile intestinal responses were recorded isotonically by using Bioscience transducers coupled with Oscillograph.
Waveform data can be downloaded using the IPSplot Oscillograph analysis software that allows for plotting and printing of the downloaded oscillographic data.