telemeter


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telemeter

[′tel·ə‚mēd·ər]
(engineering)
The complete measuring, transmitting, and receiving apparatus for indicating or recording the value of a quantity at a distance. Also known as telemetering system.
To transmit the value of a measured quantity to a remote point.
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12 shows another example of the FFT analysis results obtained with data from the FM telemeter.
The use of laser telemeter leads also to the increase of accuracy which permits continuous measurement and maintenance of the distance between spectral source of emission and spectrometer, with the same telemeter being possible to centre the optical axis of spectrometer on the maximum spectral emission zone.
The AN/DKT-71A Warhead Compatible Telemeter Transmitter that controls telemetry signals to the warhead was a unique military design.
The telemeter is believed to have transmitted data such as the missile's speed and position to North Korean military authorities, the sources said.
This portable, self-contained system will be used to scan prestressed concrete girders and beams and to telemeter the information back to a portable computer for signal processing and analysis.
By definition, a telemeter is the complete measuring, transmitting, and receiving apparatus for indicating, recording, or integrating, at a distance, the value of a quantity.
The instrument didn't sell but led to a contract for a similar telemeter in the fall of 1959.
We saved trimmed hair, applied it to the back of the telemeter for camouflage, and added a light dusting of talc to ensure no unset glue was exposed.
A flow monitoring program can range from a single meter at the treatment facility to a complex system of permanent ultrasonic monitors that telemeter data to a central process control center.
Tenders are invited for Ssi Laser Telemeter With Accessories