Goniometer

A goniometer is an instrument that either measures an angle or allows an object to be rotated to a precise angular position. The term goniometry is derived from two Greek words, gōnia, meaning angle, and metron, meaning measure. ==Applications== ===Communications=== The Belini-Tosi goniometer was a type of radio direction finder that was widely u...
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goniometer

Instrument that measures crystal angles.
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Goniometer

More commonly referred to as a direction-finder.
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Goniometer

• (n.) An instrument for measuring angles, especially the angles of crystals, or the inclination of planes.
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goniometer

(go″ne-om´ә-tәr) an instrument for measuring angles; the instrument used in goniometry. finger goniometer one for measuring the limits of flexion and extension of the joints between the phalanges of the fingers.
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goniometer

1. An instrument for measuring angles. ... 2. An appliance for the static test of labyrinthine disease, which consists of a plank, one end of which may be raised to any desired height; as one end of the plank is gradually raised, the point at which a patient loses balance is noted. ... 3. A calibrated device designed to measure the arc or range of ...
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goniometer

noun direction finder that determines the angular direction of incoming radio signals
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Goniometer

[audio] A goniometer is often included in analog audio equipment to display a Lissajous figure which shows the amount of stereo (that is, phase differences) in a dual-channel signal. It allows the sound technician to adjust for optimal stereo and determine the makeup of errors such as an inverted signal. Many goniometers also provide a VU o...
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Goniometer

Go`ni·om'e·ter noun [ Greek ... angle + -meter : confer French goniomètre .] An instrument for measuring angles, especially the angles of crystals, or the inclination of planes. Contact, or Hand , goniometer , a goniometer having two movable arms ( ab , c...
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Goniometer

A device consisting of 2 pairs of crossed dipoles that can interpret both the direction and elevation of an incoming radar echoes from two receiver aerials; at a known distance apart. Physically, the Goniometer knob was an integral part of the radar operator's control panel. A pair of coils (controlled by this knob) balance the signals from the two...
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Goniometer

A goniometer is an instrument for measuring solid angles, and is used in crystallography. The reflecting goniometer is an instrument of this kind for measuring the angles of crystals by determining through what angular space the crystal must be turned so that two rays reflected from two surfaces successively shall have the same direction.
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goniometer

instrument for measuring angles between faces
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goniometer

Type: Term Pronunciation: gō′nē-om′ĕ-tĕr Definitions: 1. An instrument for measuring angles. 2. An applicance for the assessment of labyrinthine disease. It consists of an adjustable surface on which the patient reclines. As the surface is gradually tilted, the angle at which the patient experiences loss of balance i...
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goniometer

[n] - direction finder that determines the angular direction of incoming radio signals
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