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Telemetry is a technology that allows remote measurement and reporting of information. (Wikipedia.org)






Conferences related to Telemetry

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OCEANS 2014 - TAIPEI

The OCEANS conference covers all aspects of ocean engineering from physics aspects through development and operation of undersea vehicles and equipment.

  • OCEANS 2013 - NORWAY

    Ocean related technologies. Program includes tutorials, three days of technical papers and a concurrent exhibition. Student poster competition.

  • OCEANS 2012 - YEOSU

    The OCEANS conferences covers four days with tutorials, exhibits and three days of parallel tracks that address all aspects of oceanic engineering.

  • OCEANS 2011 - SPAIN

    All Oceans related technologies.

  • OCEANS 2010 IEEE - Sydney

  • OCEANS 2009 - EUROPE


2013 IEEE Aerospace Conference

The international IEEE Aerospace Conference is organized to promote interdisciplinary understanding of aerospace systems, their underlying science and technology, and their applications to government and commercial endeavors. The annual, weeklong conference, set in a stimulating and thought -provoking environment, is designed for aerospace experts, academics, military personnel, and industry leaders.

  • 2012 IEEE Aerospace Conference

    The international IEEE Aerospace Conference is organized to promote interdisciplinary understanding of aerospace systems, their underlying science and technology, and their applications to government and commercial endeavors. The annual, weeklong conference, set in a stimulating and thought-provoking environment, is designed for aerospace experts, academics, military personnel, and industry leaders.

  • 2011 IEEE Aerospace Conference

    The international IEEE Aerospace Conference is organized to promote interdisciplinary understanding of aerospace systems, their underlying science and technology, and their applications to government and commercial endeavors.

  • 2010 IEEE Aerospace Conference

    The international IEEE Aerospace Conference is organized to promote interdisciplinary understanding of aerospace systems, their underlying science and technology, and their applications to government and commercial endeavors.

  • 2009 IEEE Aerospace Conference

    The international IEEE Aerospace Conference promotes interdisciplinary understanding of aerospace systems, their underlying science and technology, and their applications to government and commercial endeavors. It is an annual, week-long conference designed for aerospace experts, academics, military personnel, and industry leaders and is set in a stimulating, thought-provoking environment.

  • 2008 IEEE Aerospace Conference

    The international IEEE Aerospace Conference is organized to promote interdisciplinary understanding of aerospace systems, their underlying science and technology, and their applications to government and commercial endeavors. It is an annual, week-long conference designed for aerospace experts, academics, military personnel, and industry leaders and is set in a stimulating and thought-provoking environment.

  • 2007 IEEE Aerospace Conference

  • 2006 IEEE Aerospace Conference

  • 2005 IEEE Aerospace Conference


2010 International ICST Conference on Wireless Mobile Communication and Healthcare (Mobihealth 2010)

The scope of MobiHealth 2010 is to advance medical diagnosis, treatment and patient care through application of wireless communications, mobile computing, and sensing technologies. It aims to bring together experts to share ideas and discuss cutting-edge research and recent developments in healthcare delivery, and to provide practical guidance to policy makers and the setting of applicable standards.


2007 International SpaceWire Conference

SpaceWire is a data-handling network for use onboard spacecraft which connects together sensors, data processors, memory units, and telemetry and telecommand sub-systems. SpaceWire is now being using by the world's space agencies and industry on many spacecraft. This conference aims to bring together spacecraft engineers working on or interested in SpaceWire applications. The scope of the conference covers SpaceWire hardware, components, networking, applications, missions & directions.



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Antennas and Propagation, IEEE Transactions on

Experimental and theoretical advances in antennas including design and development, and in the propagation of electromagnetic waves including scattering, diffraction and interaction with continuous media; and applications pertinent to antennas and propagation, such as remote sensing, applied optics, and millimeter and submillimeter wave techniques.




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Implementation and use of a patient data management system in the intensive care unit: A two-year experience

S. P. Nelwan; T. B. van Dam; S. H. Meij; N. H. J. J. van der Putten 2007 Computers in Cardiology, 2007

Patient Data Management Systems (PDMS) have traditionally formed the amalgam between the patient monitoring system and hospital information system. The Thoraxcenter set out to replace a mixture of paper-based registrations and in- house developed applications with a new digital PDMS. The PDMS Innovian was selected in 2003, was configured in 2004 and has been in use since 2005.


Gamma-Ray Astronomy in Space in the 50-KEV to 3-MEV Region

L. E. Peterson; R. L. Howard IRE Transactions on Nuclear Science, 1961

The γ-ray fluxes in space which arise from nuclear and plasma interactions are expected to be of the order of 10-1 to 10-2 photons/cm2.sec. A considerable γ-ray backgrond is produced from the interactions of cosmic-ray nucleons. A detection ystem is described which will allow the measurment of considerably weaker primary fluxes than previous experiments. The apparatus is to be placed ...


An implantable, rechargeable neuromodulation research tool using a distributed interface and algorithm architecture

Duane Bourget; Hank Bink; Scott Stanslaski; David Linde; Chris Arnett; Tom Adamski; Tim Denison 2015 7th International IEEE/EMBS Conference on Neural Engineering (NER), 2015

Implantable medical devices can provide chronic access to the nervous system. Implants containing embedded scientific instrumentation payloads (e.g. - sensors, classification, and control policy implementation) provide a unique opportunity for exploring diseased neural networks and how these neural networks may be better treated. Physically embedding payloads in an implant creates intertwined constraints such as power consumption, algorithmic computation limits and ...


ARGO: Capabilities for Deep Ocean Exploration

S. Harris; R. Ballard OCEANS '86, 1986

Developed by the Deep Submergence Laboratory of the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, ARGO is an unmanned instrument platform designed for deep ocean search and survey. Integrating both visual and acoustic imaging techniques for real-time viewing, ARGO is a system which provides continuous, around-the- clock operation for seafloor exploration. With a design depth of 6,000 meters, it is towed on a ...


A CMOS low noise amplifier for biomedical telemetry applications

R. L. Moreno; E. C. Rodrigues Symposium on Design, Test, Integration and Packaging of MEMS/MOEMS 2003., 2003

This paper describes a 200 MHz inductorless low-noise amplifier (LNA) fabricated in a standard digital 0.35-μm AMS CMOS process. The LNA has been measured to have a noise figure of 2.6 dB and a 24 dB gain at 200 MHz. The input IP3 is -12 dBm.


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Implementation and use of a patient data management system in the intensive care unit: A two-year experience

S. P. Nelwan; T. B. van Dam; S. H. Meij; N. H. J. J. van der Putten 2007 Computers in Cardiology, 2007

Patient Data Management Systems (PDMS) have traditionally formed the amalgam between the patient monitoring system and hospital information system. The Thoraxcenter set out to replace a mixture of paper-based registrations and in- house developed applications with a new digital PDMS. The PDMS Innovian was selected in 2003, was configured in 2004 and has been in use since 2005.


Gamma-Ray Astronomy in Space in the 50-KEV to 3-MEV Region

L. E. Peterson; R. L. Howard IRE Transactions on Nuclear Science, 1961

The γ-ray fluxes in space which arise from nuclear and plasma interactions are expected to be of the order of 10-1 to 10-2 photons/cm2.sec. A considerable γ-ray backgrond is produced from the interactions of cosmic-ray nucleons. A detection ystem is described which will allow the measurment of considerably weaker primary fluxes than previous experiments. The apparatus is to be placed ...


An implantable, rechargeable neuromodulation research tool using a distributed interface and algorithm architecture

Duane Bourget; Hank Bink; Scott Stanslaski; David Linde; Chris Arnett; Tom Adamski; Tim Denison 2015 7th International IEEE/EMBS Conference on Neural Engineering (NER), 2015

Implantable medical devices can provide chronic access to the nervous system. Implants containing embedded scientific instrumentation payloads (e.g. - sensors, classification, and control policy implementation) provide a unique opportunity for exploring diseased neural networks and how these neural networks may be better treated. Physically embedding payloads in an implant creates intertwined constraints such as power consumption, algorithmic computation limits and ...


ARGO: Capabilities for Deep Ocean Exploration

S. Harris; R. Ballard OCEANS '86, 1986

Developed by the Deep Submergence Laboratory of the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, ARGO is an unmanned instrument platform designed for deep ocean search and survey. Integrating both visual and acoustic imaging techniques for real-time viewing, ARGO is a system which provides continuous, around-the- clock operation for seafloor exploration. With a design depth of 6,000 meters, it is towed on a ...


A CMOS low noise amplifier for biomedical telemetry applications

R. L. Moreno; E. C. Rodrigues Symposium on Design, Test, Integration and Packaging of MEMS/MOEMS 2003., 2003

This paper describes a 200 MHz inductorless low-noise amplifier (LNA) fabricated in a standard digital 0.35-μm AMS CMOS process. The LNA has been measured to have a noise figure of 2.6 dB and a 24 dB gain at 200 MHz. The input IP3 is -12 dBm.


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    "This comprehensive book, which provides a succinct-as-possible glossary of the plethora of terms commonly used in communications, is destined to become an indispensable desk-side reference for engineers and others working in the area." - Curtis Siller, Lucent Technologies Are you sometimes overwhelmed by the overabundance of jargon encountered in technical books and articles? Hargrave's Communications Dictionary is a treasure of simplified communications terms, definitions, acronyms, charts, equations, and a wealth of related information amassed over the author's extensive engineering career. From ATM to Zone Paging, this volume includes over ten thousand definitions of key phrases that readers in industry, government, and academia need to understand. Many definitions incorporate basic tools for problem solving not found in other publications-such as drawings, graphs, charts, and references to IEEE standards. Real-world examples associated with voice and data communications are also included, as well as terminology from peripheral disciplines, including optics, computer science, data networks, and the Internet. Hargrave's Communications Dictionary is a fundamental resource for basic to intermediate-level students and practitioners, and is an essential quick reference for more experienced electronic technicians and engineers. This comprehensive dictionary is also an invaluable text for technical schools and universities. About the Author Frank Hargrave has more than 30 years experience in engineering and manufacturing at several major companies, including Multitech, Inc., ITT, and Yale Security, Inc. He is published in a variety of topics, including active filter design, residential telemetry systems, thermal compensation methods in electronic circuits, and telephone line interface methods. Mr. Hargrave currently runs his own consulting business in Charlotte, NC, where he also teaches classes at the Electronic Computer & Programming Institute. He has been issued 12 U.S. patents and has several others disclosed and in process.

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    "This comprehensive book, which provides a succinct-as-possible glossary of the plethora of terms commonly used in communications, is destined to become an indispensable desk-side reference for engineers and others working in the area." - Curtis Siller, Lucent Technologies Are you sometimes overwhelmed by the overabundance of jargon encountered in technical books and articles? Hargrave's Communications Dictionary is a treasure of simplified communications terms, definitions, acronyms, charts, equations, and a wealth of related information amassed over the author's extensive engineering career. From ATM to Zone Paging, this volume includes over ten thousand definitions of key phrases that readers in industry, government, and academia need to understand. Many definitions incorporate basic tools for problem solving not found in other publications-such as drawings, graphs, charts, and references to IEEE standards. Real-world examples associated with voice and data communications are also included, as well as terminology from peripheral disciplines, including optics, computer science, data networks, and the Internet. Hargrave's Communications Dictionary is a fundamental resource for basic to intermediate-level students and practitioners, and is an essential quick reference for more experienced electronic technicians and engineers. This comprehensive dictionary is also an invaluable text for technical schools and universities. About the Author Frank Hargrave has more than 30 years experience in engineering and manufacturing at several major companies, including Multitech, Inc., ITT, and Yale Security, Inc. He is published in a variety of topics, including active filter design, residential telemetry systems, thermal compensation methods in electronic circuits, and telephone line interface methods. Mr. Hargrave currently runs his own consulting business in Charlotte, NC, where he also teaches classes at the Electronic Computer & Programming Institute. He has been issued 12 U.S. patents and has several others disclosed and in process.

  • Pressure Sensing and Transmission

    This chapter contains sections titled: Transducers Pressure changes Acceleration effects Absolute pressures, including blood pressure

  • Field Work

    Bio-Medical Telemetry: Sensing and Transmitting Biological Information from Animals and Man, Second Edition This second edition of the classic Mackay text provides scientists with the necessary tools for studying animal or human subjects without interfering with normal behavior patterns. It presents engineers, scientists, and physicians with critical information about the possibilities and limitations of telemetering methods so that these may be incorporated intelligently into many fields. With substantial coverage of transducers and physiological measurements, Bio-Medical Telemetry gives biologists the necessary background in electronics to enable them to choose equipment wisely and to recognize proper performance. You'll find especially valuable and current information on: Ultrasonic radio methods for telemetering Satellite tracking Underwater methods of tracking In addition, Mackay describes the development and application of the first swallowable radio transmitter which can be telemetered as it travels along the GI tract. Medical practitioners and biologists alike will find this book an invaluable introduction to the applications of bio-medical telemetry. Of great value to the bio-medical engineer as well as any reader curious about the subject, this volume describes the workings of the human nervous system as seen through the eyes of an engineer. With a broad scope and inviting writing style, it provides a fascinating alternative to the unwieldy sources written by life scientists.

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    "This comprehensive book, which provides a succinct-as-possible glossary of the plethora of terms commonly used in communications, is destined to become an indispensable desk-side reference for engineers and others working in the area." - Curtis Siller, Lucent Technologies Are you sometimes overwhelmed by the overabundance of jargon encountered in technical books and articles? Hargrave's Communications Dictionary is a treasure of simplified communications terms, definitions, acronyms, charts, equations, and a wealth of related information amassed over the author's extensive engineering career. From ATM to Zone Paging, this volume includes over ten thousand definitions of key phrases that readers in industry, government, and academia need to understand. Many definitions incorporate basic tools for problem solving not found in other publications-such as drawings, graphs, charts, and references to IEEE standards. Real-world examples associated with voice and data communications are also included, as well as terminology from peripheral disciplines, including optics, computer science, data networks, and the Internet. Hargrave's Communications Dictionary is a fundamental resource for basic to intermediate-level students and practitioners, and is an essential quick reference for more experienced electronic technicians and engineers. This comprehensive dictionary is also an invaluable text for technical schools and universities. About the Author Frank Hargrave has more than 30 years experience in engineering and manufacturing at several major companies, including Multitech, Inc., ITT, and Yale Security, Inc. He is published in a variety of topics, including active filter design, residential telemetry systems, thermal compensation methods in electronic circuits, and telephone line interface methods. Mr. Hargrave currently runs his own consulting business in Charlotte, NC, where he also teaches classes at the Electronic Computer & Programming Institute. He has been issued 12 U.S. patents and has several others disclosed and in process.

  • Appendixes H: Record of Access Codes

    "This comprehensive book, which provides a succinct-as-possible glossary of the plethora of terms commonly used in communications, is destined to become an indispensable desk-side reference for engineers and others working in the area." - Curtis Siller, Lucent Technologies Are you sometimes overwhelmed by the overabundance of jargon encountered in technical books and articles? Hargrave's Communications Dictionary is a treasure of simplified communications terms, definitions, acronyms, charts, equations, and a wealth of related information amassed over the author's extensive engineering career. From ATM to Zone Paging, this volume includes over ten thousand definitions of key phrases that readers in industry, government, and academia need to understand. Many definitions incorporate basic tools for problem solving not found in other publications-such as drawings, graphs, charts, and references to IEEE standards. Real-world examples associated with voice and data communications are also included, as well as terminology from peripheral disciplines, including optics, computer science, data networks, and the Internet. Hargrave's Communications Dictionary is a fundamental resource for basic to intermediate-level students and practitioners, and is an essential quick reference for more experienced electronic technicians and engineers. This comprehensive dictionary is also an invaluable text for technical schools and universities. About the Author Frank Hargrave has more than 30 years experience in engineering and manufacturing at several major companies, including Multitech, Inc., ITT, and Yale Security, Inc. He is published in a variety of topics, including active filter design, residential telemetry systems, thermal compensation methods in electronic circuits, and telephone line interface methods. Mr. Hargrave currently runs his own consulting business in Charlotte, NC, where he also teaches classes at the Electronic Computer & Programming Institute. He has been issued 12 U.S. patents and has several others disclosed and in process.

  • Frequency and Antenna Selection

    This chapter contains sections titled: Near and far field Loop and other dipole antennas Directional antennas Spinning fields and circular polarization Omnidirectional systems Other antenna considerations Frequency factors Power limitations and range

  • Temperature Sensing and Transmission

    Bio-Medical Telemetry: Sensing and Transmitting Biological Information from Animals and Man, Second Edition This second edition of the classic Mackay text provides scientists with the necessary tools for studying animal or human subjects without interfering with normal behavior patterns. It presents engineers, scientists, and physicians with critical information about the possibilities and limitations of telemetering methods so that these may be incorporated intelligently into many fields. With substantial coverage of transducers and physiological measurements, Bio-Medical Telemetry gives biologists the necessary background in electronics to enable them to choose equipment wisely and to recognize proper performance. You'll find especially valuable and current information on: Ultrasonic radio methods for telemetering Satellite tracking Underwater methods of tracking In addition, Mackay describes the development and application of the first swallowable radio transmitter which can be telemetered as it travels along the GI tract. Medical practitioners and biologists alike will find this book an invaluable introduction to the applications of bio-medical telemetry. Of great value to the bio-medical engineer as well as any reader curious about the subject, this volume describes the workings of the human nervous system as seen through the eyes of an engineer. With a broad scope and inviting writing style, it provides a fascinating alternative to the unwieldy sources written by life scientists.

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    "This comprehensive book, which provides a succinct-as-possible glossary of the plethora of terms commonly used in communications, is destined to become an indispensable desk-side reference for engineers and others working in the area." - Curtis Siller, Lucent Technologies Are you sometimes overwhelmed by the overabundance of jargon encountered in technical books and articles? Hargrave's Communications Dictionary is a treasure of simplified communications terms, definitions, acronyms, charts, equations, and a wealth of related information amassed over the author's extensive engineering career. From ATM to Zone Paging, this volume includes over ten thousand definitions of key phrases that readers in industry, government, and academia need to understand. Many definitions incorporate basic tools for problem solving not found in other publications-such as drawings, graphs, charts, and references to IEEE standards. Real-world examples associated with voice and data communications are also included, as well as terminology from peripheral disciplines, including optics, computer science, data networks, and the Internet. Hargrave's Communications Dictionary is a fundamental resource for basic to intermediate-level students and practitioners, and is an essential quick reference for more experienced electronic technicians and engineers. This comprehensive dictionary is also an invaluable text for technical schools and universities. About the Author Frank Hargrave has more than 30 years experience in engineering and manufacturing at several major companies, including Multitech, Inc., ITT, and Yale Security, Inc. He is published in a variety of topics, including active filter design, residential telemetry systems, thermal compensation methods in electronic circuits, and telephone line interface methods. Mr. Hargrave currently runs his own consulting business in Charlotte, NC, where he also teaches classes at the Electronic Computer & Programming Institute. He has been issued 12 U.S. patents and has several others disclosed and in process.

  • Four Case Studies of Low-Cost Systems

    This chapter is a summary of four actual project case studies, starting with an event-driven, interactive military simulation (JTLS) using the standard architectural approach of programming directly to the operating system. The next project, GDSS, due to extreme complexity, funding, and schedule constraints (21 months), uses the Euler sphere as the architectural vision. There is a discussion of technical innovations that were invented, without which the system would have been impossible to accomplish. Following this, there are two Earth orbiting satellite telemetry, command, and communications systems (TCCS) described back to back (TOPEX and Jason). Each TCCS is implemented with increased sophistication and technical refinements, culminating in superb product quality at a very low cost to the customer. These case studies are included as validation and proof that the approaches in this book are correct and may be duplicated by anyone interested in applying them.



Standards related to Telemetry

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IEEE Standard for Utility Telemetry Service - Telemetry Interface Unit (TIU) to Telephone Network

Define a standard for the communications interface between the telephone network and the device at the customer premise. The device at the customer premise is identified as a Telemetry Interface Unit (TIU) and may provide an interface between the network and devices at the customer premise such as utility meters, alarm devices, control switches and other devices to be determined.