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'Concord Golf Course', Concord NSW
What is Radio Telementry?
Radio telementry uses radio technology to perform remote measurements in an effort to report and analyze information. Data is transferred from point to point via radio technology to create radio telementry systems, enabling users to gather information and use it to make a determination about a subject. Usually, this system requires external instructions in order to operate. This is done through a process known as telecommand control.
The concept of radio telementry uses the same basic technology as standard radios found in cars and homes. Transmitters range in size from small portable devices to large radio stations, and all emit radio waves. These waves are transfered through an antenna to a receiver. Generally, the system does not use complex information transfer such as coding, but simple signals transmitted at specific frequencies. This enables users to identify the location, direction and other data about a specific subject.
Common uses for radio telementry are remote pumping station control, alarm and tank monitoring.