synchroscope

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synchroscope

[′siŋ·krə‚skōp]
(electronics)
A cathode-ray oscilloscope designed to show a short-duration pulse by using a fast sweep that is synchronized with the pulse signal to be observed.
(engineering)
An instrument for indicating whether two periodic quantities are synchronous; the indicator may be a rotating-pointer device or a cathode-ray oscilloscope providing a rotating pattern; the position of the rotating pointer is a measure of the instantaneous phase difference between the quantities.

synchroscope

synchroscope
A power-plant instrument used on multiengine aircraft to give a visual indication of synchronization, or lack of it, between two or more engine or propeller speeds.