Telemetry meaning

tə-lĕmĭ-trē
The science and technology of automatic measurement and transmission of data by wire, radio, or other means from remote sources, as from space vehicles, to receiving stations for recording and analysis.
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The science and technology of automatic measurement and transmission of data by wire, radio, or other means from remote sources, as from space vehicles, to receiving stations for recording and analysis.
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The measurement of data at a remote source and transmission of the data (typically by radio) to a monitoring station. Telemetry is used, for example, to track the movements of wild animals that have been tagged with radio transmitters, and to transmit meteorological data from weather balloons to weather stations.
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Transmitting data captured by instrumentation and measuring devices to a remote station where they are recorded and analyzed. For example, data from a weather satellite are telemetered to earth.
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From the Greek tele, meaning far off, and meter, meaning measure, and translating literally as measure far off. The branch of science or process of remote measurement and collection of variable data, such as pressure, temperature, flow, or radiation, and transmission of the data to a distant location for analysis and interpretation.
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Biotelemetry.
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Biotelemetry.
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(applied sciences) The science, and associated technology, of the automatic recording and transmission of data from a remote source to a receiving station for analysis.
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Origin of telemetry

  • tele- +"Ž -metry

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