Definition of oscillograph in English:

oscillograph

noun

  • A device for recording oscillations, especially those of an electric current.

    • ‘Pressure and length gauge traces, electrocardiograms, and epicardial electrograms, at a frequency response of 30 to 250 Hz, were displayed and recorded on a multichannel oscillograph at paper speeds of 100 to 150 mm/s.’
    • ‘These observations were supported by the use of sound level and oscillograph records.’

Pronunciation:

oscillograph

/əˈsɪləɡrɑːf/