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pho·no·scope

 (fō′nə-skōp′)
n.
A device that produces a visible display of the mechanical properties of a sounding body, especially of musical instruments.
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phonoscope

(ˈfəʊnəˌskəʊp)
n
(General Physics) a device that renders visible the vibrations of sound waves
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pho·no·scope

n. fonoscopio, instrumento para registrar los sonidos del corazón.
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The new network, the Houston Metropolitan Area Gigabit Internet Exchange, referred to as "MAGIE," utilizes Phonoscope Communications' Gigabit Ethernet MAN to provide faster delivery speeds for local customers when transmitting traffic between sites in the same city.
The Phonoscope Communications' MAN running MAGIE is the largest independently owned and operated fiber optic network in Houston.