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# SVD+ Definitions

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Question | Answer |
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What is Voltage measured in? | Measured in microvolts (mV or uV). |

Duration Definition and what it's measured in: | The time it takes for a wave to occur in a period of time. Measured in miliseconds (msec). |

Frequency Definition and what it's measured in: | How often a wave can occur in a period of time. Expressed in Time but measured in Hz or FPS. Measured in hertz (Hz) or cycles per second. |

Gain (Amplifier) / (D) Definition and what it's measured in: | The ratio of the output signal to the input signal (or) the amount of magnification being used to amplify or increase the voltage of a signal. This cannot be changed itself, but sensitivity can. Measured in millimeters (mm). |

Sensitivity Definition and what it's measured in: | The amount/ratio of input voltage required to produce 1(mm) of pen deflection as an output and is expressed in uV/mm. |

What is PD the same as? | V |

What is Sensitivity measured in? | uV/mm |

What is LFF / HFF measured in? | Hz |

What is Paper Speed measured in? | mm/sec |

What is Duration measured in? | msec |

What is Frequency measured in? | Hz or Cycles per Second |

What is Amplitude measured in? | mm |

What is Voltage measured in? | uV |

What is another way to display a paper speed of 30 mm/s? | 3 cm/s. |

What is another way to display a paper speed of 15 mm/s? | 1.5 cm/s. |

What is another way to display a paper speed of 60 mm/s? | 6 cm/s. |

What is Pen Damping and how do you calculate it? | % of deflection that is overshoot. Divide smaller number by larger to get %. 5% limit allowed. |

Duration is the same as... | Frequency. |

What does 'A' stand for? | Amplitude |

What does 'W' stand for? | Wavelength |

What does 'D' stand for? | Deflection |

What is the definition of Ohms (Ω)? | A resistance between two points of a conductor when a constant potential difference of 1 volt, applied to these points, produces in the conductor a current of 1 ampere. The conductor not being the seat of any electromotive force. |

What is the definition of Micro Units? | Less than 1 in value. |

What is the definition of Micro (u)? | 1 Millionth. |

What is the definition of Milli (m)? | 1 Thousandth. |

What is the definition of Nano (n)? | 1 Thousandth of 1 Millionth. |

What is the definition of Macro? | 1 or greater than 1 in value. |

What is the definition of Kilo (k)? | 1 Thousand. |

What is the definition of Mega (M)? | Opposite of micro - 1 Million. |

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