wavemeter


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wavemeter

(ˈweɪvˌmiːtə)
n
(General Physics) an instrument for measuring the frequency or wavelength of radio waves
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The phrase "those in the East" referred to NBS personnel who adjusted the WWV transmitter to the correct frequency by using a wavemeter that had been calibrated against the national standard wavemeter.
The WaveMeter technology grabs the story that's chosen and runs it through the meter, which knows the cost of the story.
The initial consumer unit, containing the Wavemeter enabling hardware and software, will be priced between $50 and $100.
One way to do this would be to employ a wavemeter, but a suitably accurate wavemeter is expensive, requires periodic calibration, and would require more than one set of optics to cover the visible and IR wavelengths of interest to us.