wagner ground meaning
A circuit (often a single potentiometer) that facilitates cancellation of stray reactance in an alternating-current bridge. The bridge is balanced alternately with the bridge-balance control and the Wagner control, until there is no further shift of null point when changing from one to the other.
(with capacitance bridge)
waiting time 1. See WARMUP TIME.
2. The delay between the time a data transfer to or from a computer memory is called for and the actual transfer of the data. Also called LATENCY.