Definition of Oscillogram

1. Noun. The recording produced by an oscillograph.

Generic synonyms: Recording



Definition of Oscillogram

1. n. An autographic record made by an oscillograph.

Definition of Oscillogram

1. Noun. A record produced by an oscillograph or oscilloscope. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Oscillogram

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Oscillogram

oscillating vision
oscillation
oscillational
oscillationless
oscillationlike
oscillations
oscillative
oscillaton
oscillatons
oscillator
oscillatoria
oscillators
oscillatory
oscillatory potential
oscillatory reaction
oscillogram (current term)
oscillograms
oscillograph
oscillographic
oscillographies
oscillographs
oscillography
oscillometer
oscillometers
oscillometric
oscillometry
oscillon
oscillons
oscillopsia
oscilloscope

Literary usage of Oscillogram

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1. Transactions of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers by American Institute of Electrical Engineers (1913)
"If an oscillogram of the wave is taken, all of the necessary information can readily be obtained and a permanent record of the wave can be kept on file for ..."

2. Modern Polyphase Machinery by Andrew Stewart (1906)
"An oscillogram from a 5,ooo-volt three-phase generator is shown, Fig. 56A. The higher harmonics (ninth) are due to the teeth of the machine (it had open ..."

3. Principles of Wireless Telegraphy by George Washington Pierce (1910)
"When the pressure on the contact was increased until a small negative current was permitted to pass, oscillogram No. 2 was obtained. ..."

4. Principles of Wireless Telegraphy by George Washington Pierce (1910)
"When the pressure on the contact was increased until a small negative current was permitted to pass, oscillogram No. 2 was obtained. ..."

5. Transactions (1912)
"oscillogram PS 7, Vibrators 4 and 5. The general conditions of the circuit ... In a later oscillogram surges at the neutral will be shown in this circuit. ..."

6. Telephone Apparatus: An Introduction to the Development and Theory by George Defrees Shepardson (1917)
"oscillogram of current 34 6. oscillogram of current 34 7. ... oscillogram of current 35 1o. oscillograms of currents for alphabet 35 11. ..."

7. Inductive Interference Between Electric Power and Communication Circuits by California Public Utilities Commission (1919)
"The secondary wave form in oscillogram No. 468 is so distorted by the third and ... The inductance coils were in circuit when this oscillogram was taken. ..."

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