Os"cil*lo*graph (?), n. [L. oscillare to swing + -graph.] (Elec.)

An apparatus for recording or indicating alternating-current wave forms or other electrical oscillations, usually consisting of a galvanometer with strong field, in which the mass of the moving part is very small and frequency of vibration very high. -- Os`cil*lo*graph"ic (#), a.


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