electric telemetering

electric telemetering

[i¦lek·trik ‚tel·ə′mēd·ə·riŋ]
(communications)
System to transmit electric impulses from the primary detector to a remote receiving station, with or without wire interconnections.
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In electric telemetering, the signal may take the form of a "pulse.
In a third method of electric telemetering, the signal takes the form of a varying voltage induced by a conductor passing through an electromagnetic field, the magnitude of the voltage being proportional to the value of the quantity measured.
The tones may be transmitted in on-and-off cycles, with a varying pulse duration as in electric telemetering.