Definition of biotelemetry in English:


Syllabification: bi·o·te·lem·e·try
Pronunciation: /ˌbīōtəˈlemətrē


The detection or measurement of human or animal physiological functions from a distance using a telemeter: a review of underwater biotelemetry, with emphasis on ultrasonic techniques
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  • ‘This project is the first ever large-scale attempt to use underwater biotelemetry to study fish migrations in the Mekong River Basin,’ Hogan said.
  • New World Catharus thrushes are common nocturnal migrants amenable to biotelemetry, allowing us to measure physiological parameters during migratory flight in the wild.
  • Human thought has a speed of 5,000 bits/sec and everyone understands that our brain cannot compete with supercomputers acting via satellites, implants, local facilities, scalar or other forms of biotelemetry.



Pronunciation: /-ˌteləˈmetrik/
More example sentences
  • Preferably, communications functionality is included to facilitate communication between the biotelemetric monitor and a host system.
  • Further, the present invention discloses the integration of ion-selective microelectrode sensors into a biotelemetric system.
  • To meet this need, ISSYS proposes to develop an innovative implantable, biotelemetric, batteryless pressure monitoring system.

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