oscillogram

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oscillogram

[ə′sil·ə‚gram]
(engineering)
The permanent record produced by an oscillograph, or a photograph of the trace produced by an oscilloscope.
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1A is an oscillogram of 120 s activity from the enclosed, acoustically shielded environment.
Oscillograms and spectrograms of microcontroller-buzzer or laptop-vibration-exciter signals of different spectral and temporal patterns and the associated replies from test females: A) male-call, B) mop2_12-mimic, C) female-reply, D) mh1200-mimic.
As experimental results there are presented the instantaneous angular velocity oscillograms corresponding to: