Description of an Attenuator Voltmetermbedewy
An attenuator voltmeter is defined as an instrument used for measuring the electrical potential difference, also known as voltage, between two points in the electronic circuit of different attenuators such as an optical attenuator and digital attenuator. Voltage is referred to as the electric potential energy per unit charge. It is responsible for driving a current from one electron to another electron. The corresponding International System of Units (SI units) for voltage is volt. The attenuator voltmeter can measure direct current (DC) or alternating current (AC).
In technical terms, all voltmeters are considered ammeters. This is because they measure electric current rather than voltage. Voltage is only measured when the electric current is transmitted in the electric circuit via resistance. Voltmeters are originally called galvanometers. Voltmeters are also known as multimeter because they also measure resistance and current.
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