[ US /təˈɫɛmətɹi/ ]
[ UK /təlˈɛmətɹˌi/ ]
[ UK /təlˈɛmətɹˌi/ ]
- automatic transmission and measurement of data from remote sources by wire or radio or other means
How To Use telemetry In A Sentence
- Was it that the telemetry was failing again, and all the phone lines were down, or perhaps the lock-keeper's car was in for a service?
- With so much electricity in the new building, it took us about six months of troubleshooting until we managed to eliminate all the interference we were getting in our radiotelemetry system. ScienceBlogs Channel : Life Science
- We suggest that such patterns likely have biological and/or aerodynamic relevance and can now be investigated further with the help of biotelemetry.
- Circuit Design, Inc. designs and supplies low power radio modules for various application fields such as telecontrol, telemetry, alarms, serial data transmission and audio. ThomasNet Industrial Newsroom - Today's New Product News
- Women's bodies contain so many curves, contours, knurls, crannies, convexities, involutions and promontories that their clothing provides space-age telemetry at every square inch, constantly sending back warning signals to the brain. The Westinghouse Diet It's as easy as pulling the plug
- The shuttle orbiters are fly-by-wire machines with computer inputs, downlinked telemetry and lots of oversight from mission control. Downplaying Internal Doubts About Ares - NASA Watch
- Downrange assets did not reacquire tracking or telemetry," the agency added. U.S. Military's Hypersonic Glider Launched, Lost (VIDEO)
- ‘This project is the first ever large-scale attempt to use underwater biotelemetry to study fish migrations in the Mekong River Basin,’ Hogan said.
- As such, biotelemetry data is still captured every five seconds, but it is not transmitted back to the UK in real time. WordPress.com News
- One therefore depends heavily on descriptions by the patient Or his family; nocturnal video - tape or biotelemetry recordings are quite helpful. Recently Uploaded Slideshows