They send impulses of the heart's activity through a monitor (oscilloscope) to a recorder that traces them on a moving strip of paper.
In 1958, William Higinbotham created a simple tennis game on his oscilloscope at Brookhaven National Laboratory.
The game was programmed on an oscilloscope that had a screen only five inches in diameter.
William Higinbotham developed the game on the oscilloscope, which measures voltage.
The force profile of a rower using the ergometer was viewed by use of an oscilloscope attached to the signal from the amplifier.
The concept has been further developed to create variable voltage levels that can be measured using an oscilloscope.
oscilloscope connected to a microphone or hydrophone.
oscilloscope set to DC input (preferably the one you'll use in the tests ).
If you have an oscilloscope (and know how to use it!
oscilloscope attached to the signal from the amplifier.
The first is what can be called the " power quality digital storage oscilloscope " .
This is recorded by a high sample rate oscilloscope and a fast Fourier transform (FFT) analysis is performed on the collected signal.
Below: typical oscilloscope trace of fluorescent light emission from a dye (pyrene) excited with a brief flash of light.
A standard desk-top oscilloscope is not suitable for use on the mains.
A small oscilloscope was built into the transmitter to aid with alignment and set-up the operation of the PA stages.
oscilloscope screen once in the interval between pulses.
oscilloscope traces showing the Secondary voltage field produced by a sparking Tesla Coil.
oscilloscope waveforms includes a trace showing the effect of an arc to ground.
oscilloscope functions: The 43B excels in this area.
Software shipped with Flowlog Lite includes: a high specification datalogging program, a flexible control language, and a dual channel oscilloscope program.
The word usage examples above have been gathered from various sources to reflect current and historial usage. They do not represent the opinions of YourDictionary.com.