tone generator


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tone generator

[′tōn ‚jen·ə‚rād·ər]
(electronics)
A signal generator used to generate an audio-frequency signal suitable for signaling purposes or for testing audio-frequency equipment.
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A built-in tone generator enables individual conductor identification and tracing.
Designed to enable datacommunication, telecommunication, alarm and security technicians to test network equipment, the new range comprises Test-Um's Tone Generator, Tone Tracer, LanRover and Talk-to-Me products.
Previously, to find undersea pipeline or cable buried in the ocean floor required the installation of a tone generator.
The ISD1606 also adds an on-chip beep tone generator and LED drivers which enable the creation of unique user interface options as well as additional audio and visual effects.
An integrated 22kHz tone generator provides for DiSEqC and traditional band switching control that is reliable even under no-load conditions.
Jesse-James Rehu Pickery, Standing Wave in Space, 2016, speaker, tone generator.
Tenders are invited for Transmission Measuring Set Complete With Tone Generator And Db Meter As Per Rdso Specification No.
New RoIP features include an improved tone generator for interfacing to tone-control radios, SF mode tone detectors and notch filters, low-level analog and digital signal diagnostics and control, and Push-To-Talk (PTT) control of RTP streams.
On stand number 7N3-10, a range of Sonifex audio products are on view including the new version of the RM-4C8 monitor, a new 3G/HD/SD-SDI distribution amplifier and a BLITS tone generator for use with surround sound systems.
MIDI accompaniments make use of sounds that reside in a MIDI keyboard, an external tone generator or your computer.
HOW 'MOSQUITO' WORKS: The 9in-high Mosquito, which is mounted on an outside wall and can't be heard in the shop, emits high-frequency electronic pulses made by a tone generator.
Designed for network maintenance personnel, the CTK1015 CableTracker Network ID Kit uses link,light activation or port ID, combined with a tone generator, to provide cable-identification capabilities, with either active or inactive Ethernet cables.