Telemetry is the term used for monitoring and/or controlling something from a remote location using electrical signals. It can be via telephone line, radio signal, cellular signal, leased line, etc It can be on all the time or "call in" at pre-programmed times or when certain events occur. It has uses in industrial applications such as un-manned pump stations, and medical applications such as heart monitoring
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I got a telemetry for the fellow army base in Arizona.
Kongsfjord Telemetry Station was created in 1967.
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Telemetry is the remote reporting of physically measured parameters. Some electrical utilities retrieve electrical billing and failure information from specialized meters and transformers that can send data over the power lines or via radio links. This is one form of electrical telemetry.
Tele is likely short for Telemetry which refers to monitoring of the heart. So tele-medications are medications that are commonly given on the telemetry unit of a hospital.
"The telemetry shows that reducing our car's downforce should decrease our overall lap time". Telemetry is data that's automatically measured and broadcast, then received and processed at another location. The usage of the term is most common in the context of motor racing.
ISRO Telemetry Tracking and Command Network
pulse code modulation
Indian Space Telemetry Research At Chandrayaan
correct answer is PPM
Telemetry is a technology that allows the remote measurement and reporting of information of interest to the system designer or operator1.This is applied to the health field in the form of remote heart monitors. The monitor is attached to the patient, which reports their heart rate/rhythm to a monitor room, usually located in the nurses station at a hospital.1. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Telemetry
Jean Marcus has written: 'Radio remote-control and telemetry and their application to missiles' -- subject(s): Command control systems, Space vehicles, Aerospace telemetry, Information theory
PCM (Pulse Code Modulation)
Telemetry monitors your heart rhythm. From a computer at the nurses station the nurse and doctor can watch your rhythm. It will alert them to an arrhythmia; heart beat that is to slow, to fast, to strange, or to fatal.
There are two kinds of telemetry--one-way, where the remote device sends instrumentation signals to the receiving station; and two-way, where the receiving station can send control signals back to the remote device. The range is literally unlimited--deep-space probes have two-way telemetry gear on them, and it can take months or even years to transmit a message from the vehicle to the earth.
'Telemetry' like pop machines, parking, etc
A biotag is a small radio or optical telemetry transmitter used in wildlife ecology.
Telemetry doesn't necessarily have anything to do with the heart. It simply means that information is collected and sent remotely to another location for recording or studying. On a telemetry unit in a hospital, it means that the patient's heart rhythm is sent to one main monitor, like at the nurses' station, so that they can monitor many patients at once. An EKG or ECG is an electrocardiogram. Electrodes are placed on the patient, and it records the electrical activity of the heart. An EKG can pick up abnormal rhythms that can be life-threatening. It is displayed on a monitor or printed out on a piece of paper. The telemetry equipment then would take the information from the EKG and send it to the doctors or nurses for monitoring.
R. S. Mackay has written: 'Bio-medical telemetry'