Adjective "telemetered" definition and examples

(Telemetered may not be an adjective, but it can be used as an adjective, click here to find out.)



Definitions and examples


An apparatus for recording the readings of an instrument and transmitting them by radio.
  1. 'The wax-coated telemeters were calibrated with a mercury thermometer over a range of 5-42 deg C.'
  2. 'Radio signals from telemeters were detected by antennae surrounding each respirometer.'


Transmit (readings) to a distant receiving set or station.
  1. 'telemetered data'
  2. 'The telemetered technology will also benefit from integration with wireless-phone technology.'
  3. 'For example, in a 1,000-acre potato farm, aerospace behemoth Lockheed Martin can place meteorological stations that measure 13 different weather parameters every 15 minutes and telemeter the data to a computer base station.'

More definitions

1. any of certain devices or attachments for determining distances by measuring the angle subtending a known distance.

2. Electricity. the complete measuring, transmitting, and receiving apparatus for indicating, recording, or integrating at a distance, by electrical translating means, the value of a quantity. verb (used with object)

3. to transmit (radio signals, data, etc.) automatically and at a distance, as between a ground station and an artificial satellite, space probe, or the

More examples(as adjective)

"tracks can be telemetered."