TELEMETRY PRINCIPLES BY D PATRANABIS PDF

What Is Telemetry? Definition of Telemetry Telemetry is the automatic recording and transmission of data from remote or inaccessible sources to an IT system in a different location for monitoring and analysis. Telemetry data may be relayed using radio, infrared, ultrasonic, GSM, satellite or cable, depending on the application telemetry is not only used in software development, but also in meteorology, intelligence, medicine, and other fields. In the software development world, telemetry can offer insights on which features end users use most, detection of bugs and issues, and offering better visibility into performance without the need to solicit feedback directly from users. How Telemetry Works In a general sense, telemetry works through sensors at the remote source which measures physical such as precipitation, pressure or temperature or electrical such as current or voltage data.

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What Is Telemetry? Definition of Telemetry Telemetry is the automatic recording and transmission of data from remote or inaccessible sources to an IT system in a different location for monitoring and analysis. Telemetry data may be relayed using radio, infrared, ultrasonic, GSM, satellite or cable, depending on the application telemetry is not only used in software development, but also in meteorology, intelligence, medicine, and other fields.

In the software development world, telemetry can offer insights on which features end users use most, detection of bugs and issues, and offering better visibility into performance without the need to solicit feedback directly from users.

How Telemetry Works In a general sense, telemetry works through sensors at the remote source which measures physical such as precipitation, pressure or temperature or electrical such as current or voltage data. This is converted to electrical voltages that are combined with timing data. They form a data stream that is transmitted over a wireless medium, wired or a combination of both. In the context of software development, the concept of telemetry is often confused with logging.

Telemetry is what makes it possible to collect all that raw data that becomes valuable, actionable analytics. Benefits of Telemetry The primary benefit of telemetry is the ability of an end user to monitor the state of an object or environment while physically far removed from it. Thanks to telemetry, those insights can be delivered directly into a dashboard for you to analyze and act on. Telemetry enables you to answer questions such as: Are your customers using the features you expect?

How are they engaging with your product? How frequently are users engaging with your app, and for what duration? What settings options to users select most?

Do they prefer certain display types, input modalities, screen orientation, or other device configurations? What happens when crashes occur? Are crashes happening more frequently when certain features or functions are used? The most prominent challenge — and a commonly occurring issue — is not with telemetry itself, but with your end users and their willingness to allow what some see as Big Brother-esque spying.

According to Jack Schofield, can result in the dumbing-down of software. Other users, on the other hand, take no notice to telemetry happening behind the scenes or simply ignore it if they do. Telemetry Tutorials and Additional Resources For more information on telemetry and how to make it work for your development process, check out these resources and tutorials:.

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9780070699717 - Principal of Industrial Instrumentation by Patranabis

Condition: New. First edition. This text offers comprehensive coverage of electronic instruments and electronics-aided measurements, highlighting the essential components of digital electronic instrumentation and the principles involved in electrical and electronic measurement processes. It also explains the stages involved in data acquisition systems for acquiring, manipulating, processing, storing, displaying and interpreting the sought-for data. The principal instruments presented in this book include cathode ray oscilloscope CRO , analyzers, signal generators, oscillators, frequency synthesizers, sweep generators, function generators and attenuators. Besides, the book covers several laboratory meters such as phase meters, frequency meters, Q-meters, wattmeters, energy meters, power factor meters, and measurement bridges. Also included are a few important sensors and transducers which are used in the measurement of temperature, pressure, flow rate, liquid level, force, etc.

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