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.

telemetry

Noun

  • (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
  • Derived terms

    * telemetric

    telestation

    English

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • (rare) A remote facility that sends telemetry or other data to a central facility
  • * 1968 , Danish Atomic Energy Commission?, Annual report
  • With the assistance of the Greenland Technical Organisation's telestations , snow samples were collected from various localities in Greenland
  • * 1992 , Rudi van de Velde, Hospital information systems: the next generation
  • From the ward, the nurses communicate with the HIS through a telestation .
  • * 1995 , Franklin Y. Cheng, Urban disaster mitigation: the role of engineering and technology?
  • It is planning to use the rainfall data obtained from these telestations