Definition of oscillograph in English:


Line breaks: os¦cil¦lo|graph
Pronunciation: /əˈsɪləɡrɑːf


A device for recording oscillations, especially those of an electric current.
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  • Pressure and length gauge traces, electrocardiograms, and epicardial electrograms, at a frequency response of 30 to 250 Hz, were displayed and recorded on a multichannel oscillograph at paper speeds of 100 to 150 mm/s.
  • These observations were supported by the use of sound level and oscillograph records.



Pronunciation: /-ˈɡrafɪk/
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  • The oscillographic data were also fed to computers and stored using data acquisition software (Biopac, US).


Pronunciation: /-ˈlɒɡrəfi/
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  • The protection elements in the relay are complementary to those found in existing designs with major enhancements afforded by digital technology such as oscillography and sequence of events reporting.

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