telestation

Telephone vs Telestation - What's the difference?

telephone | telestation |


As nouns the difference between telephone and telestation

is that telephone is while telestation is (rare) a remote facility that sends telemetry or other data to a central facility.

Data vs Telestation - What's the difference?

data | telestation |


As nouns the difference between data and telestation

is that data is (time) date while telestation is (rare) a remote facility that sends telemetry or other data to a central facility.

Telemetry vs Telestation - What's the difference?

telemetry | telestation |


As nouns the difference between telemetry and telestation

is that telemetry is (applied sciences) the science, and associated technology, of the automatic recording and transmission of data from a remote source to a receiving station for analysis while telestation is (rare) a remote facility that sends telemetry or other data to a central facility.

Remote vs Telestation - What's the difference?

remote | telestation |


As nouns the difference between remote and telestation

is that remote is short for remote control while telestation is (rare) a remote facility that sends telemetry or other data to a central facility.

As an adjective remote

is at a distance; disconnected.

As a verb remote

is (computing) to connect to a computer from a remote location.