oscillogram

[uh-sil-uh-gram]
noun Electricity.
the record produced by the action of an oscillograph or oscilloscope.

Origin:
1900–05; < Latin oscill(āre) to swing (see oscillate) + -o- + -gram1

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oscillogram (ɒˈsɪləˌɡræm)
 
n
the recording obtained from an oscillograph or the trace on an oscilloscope screen

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oscillogram os·cil·lo·gram (ə-sĭl'ə-grām')
n.

  1. The graph traced by an oscillograph.

  2. An instantaneous oscilloscope trace or photograph.

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In all experiments, the vertical deflection was read from the oscillogram and plotted as a function of time on semi-log paper.
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