Measurement Techniques

, Volume 11, Issue 1, pp 63–67 | Cite as

Storage multifunctional oscillographs

  • S. V. Denbnovetskii
  • V. M. Levin
  • V. P. Sigorskii
Measurements of Electrical and Magnetic Quantities


The storage multifunctional oscillograph is a measuring instrument which provides preliminary processing of the investigated signals. This processing consists of determining the separate parameters of the signal, representing it in the required form, and matching the parameters with the potentialities of the processing devices. The oscillograph is free from design redundancy inherent in sets of instruments which accumulate simple measurement.

It is advisable to use a storage tube with a visible image and internal readout of electrical signals, as an oscillograph store. Operations in the multifunctional oscillograph should be based on the development method. It is of interest to develop quantitative methods for evaluating aggregates of simple measurements, optimum application of operations with respect to frequency, as well as the cost and reliability of the device.


Physical Chemistry Analytical Chemistry Quantitative Method Visible Image Electrical Signal 
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  • S. V. Denbnovetskii
  • V. M. Levin
  • V. P. Sigorskii

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