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An Unusual Graphic Display Device
This paper covers reasons for development and describes the use of a device as an accessory to a meter readout real time analyzer. The paper also describes how the device can be used to individually monitor up to 24 microphone inputs to identify balancing problems. It will also explain how this device can be used to monitor a large quantity of test points when servicing in-service intermittent electronic systems.
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