5ft. (1.5 m)
To obtain and transmit measurements from a distance, usually a great distance. For example, measuring the amount of moisture on the surface of the planet Mars and sending that information back to a station on earth would be an exercise in telemetering.
The frequencies which are used to transmit data.
to transmit current to other submission
IT stands for Information Technology. It is the application of telecommunications equiptment and computers to retrieve, store, manipulate and transmit data.
antennas or feelers
Yes. Space telescopes require many radio antennas to transmit their observations back to Earth.
Omnidirectional is the best brand for antennas because its ideal for high gain and wide coverage. They transmit or receive effectively in every direction.
A transmit antenna sends radio energy from an electronic circuit into space. A receive antenna captures radio energy from space and connects it to an electronic circuit. Most people own several antennas, for example in transistor radios, mobile phones, keyfobs for locking the car, television satellite dishes or antennas on chimneys.
Receptors pick up changes in touch, pressure, and temperature and transmit impulses into the brain and spinal cord. The body responds to protect itself or maintain homeostasis
receptors pick up changes in touch, pressure, and temperature and transmit impulses into the brain and spinal cord. The body responds to protect itself or maintain homeostasis
to provide a counter stimulus to neurons to transmit a negative feedback impulse to maintain homeostasis to decrease the external stimulus
1. This means that transmit and receive pairs are internally swapped to maintain proper signal alignment of the TX and RX wire pairs
A telemeter remotely measures things, such as quantity and/or distance. It can then transmit the data long distances over radio frequencies.