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ADC ( d s) - Analogue to Digital Converter, the gizmo that converts a voltage to digital zeros and ones (see DAC).
bridleway (brid'lw) - a place people drive their cars along with a dog in the back so the dog can shit on a footpath.
DAC (dæk) - Digital to Analogue Converter, the omzig that converts digital zeros and ones to an analogue voltage (see ADC).
flatlining (flætlinih) - when a NaTKiT response test shows as a flat line along the bottom of the frame. Usually caused by a loss of output or input. See Flow Chart.
footpath (futpag) - a place people take their dog to shit (see bridleway).
Hz (hts) - abbreviation for hertz the SI unit of frequency. One hertz is when one cycle of something periodic, like a sine wave, takes one second. Named after the German physicist Heinrich Rudolph Hertz (1857 - 1894).
KoTNs (kQtnQs) - Keeper of The NaTKiTs, ie a person expected to sort out any production test problems in seconds but who is never allowed to do routine maintenance in case it interferes with production.
rms ( em es) - abbreviation for root mean square, ie the effective voltage or current of an AC wave.
tweeter (twte) - a (usually) small speaker designed to specifically handle high frequencies.