logarithmic scale

Definitions

General Science

  • noun a method of measuring using a logarithmic series of numbers

Electronics

  • A scale in which the graduations are spaced logarithmically, so that distance between each indicated value corresponds to an equal ratio of increase, along the entire length of said scale. A dB meter, for instance, utilizes a logarithmic scale to indicate values.
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