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|definition= A technology for transferring data from a remote measurement location to a main operations or control center where the data can be viewed, processed and stored. Telemetry typically refers to wireless communications (i.e. using a radio system to implement the data link), but can also refer to data transfered over other media, such as a telephone or computer network or via an optical link.}}
  
 
==See also==
 
==See also==
 
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* [[Coastal Observatories]]
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* [[Data Telemetry]]
 
==References==
 
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* [http://www.telemetry.org/ International Foundation for Telemetry]
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* [http://www.irig106.org IRIG 106] &mdash; Digital telemetry standard]

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Definition of Telemetry:
A technology for transferring data from a remote measurement location to a main operations or control center where the data can be viewed, processed and stored. Telemetry typically refers to wireless communications (i.e. using a radio system to implement the data link), but can also refer to data transfered over other media, such as a telephone or computer network or via an optical link.
This is the common definition for Telemetry, other definitions can be discussed in the article

See also

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