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  • n. Plural form of oscillograph.

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Examples

  • Then he made it visible again, went from there to the wave-oscillographs, saw again the typical telecom amplitudes, and said, helplessly and not at all sure of himself: "But it's all normal, Olgall."

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  • For industry, Brush made oscillographs and hypersonic analyzers, piezoelectric crystals, and other products.

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  • The interlocking gears moved, flew swifter as oscillographs fingered the trouble and triggered relay circuits to feed in more power.

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  • In one teleport jump, Pucky was in the energy tracking centre and looking at the double waveforms on the oscillographs.

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  • Lt. Fitzgerald quickly glanced at his oscillographs and saw that the spacewarp had been generated by a normal hypertransition.

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  • Almost all the oscillographs, vidscreens and fluorescent screens were broken.

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  • My doctorate work was the development of one of the first high speed cathode ray oscillographs and in the course of this I made the first iron-shrouded magnetic electron lens.

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  • Within, however, the function of the building was obvious, with its large color-television screen, surrounded by loudspeakers and banks of oscillographs.

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