The sharp peak at 10 Hz was caused by carrier rotation because the FM telemeter
was on the carrier and, as shown in the driving conditions, [N.
Of the 13 pallid bats we captured, we fitted 12 males with telemeters
and released 1 female.
Makdessi believes the best solution to this problem is the installation of telemeters
in a bid to determine the exact rating for each program.
The verification test was part of a study project commissioned by Japan's Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications titled, "Studies on advanced frequency application technologies for 400MHz-band medical telemeters
Rats implanted with telemeters
to monitor heart rate and electrocardiography (ECG) were exposed by whole-body inhalation to 0.
The performance of 35mm Orlican air defense artillery systems, Skyguard and Rapier air defense systems which are now equipped with electro optic and laser telemeters
was assessed in the drills.
To do so, they fed small telemeters
, which permit the continuous recording of temperature, to a group of captive elephants in Thailand and a control group at the Munich Zoo Hellabrunn to monitor temperatures in the animals' gastrointestinal tract.
power and control commands across the skin to the implant, and the implant telemeters
MES outside of the body to the UECU to be processed for control.
The batteries in the NetGuard monitor last three days -- three times longer than conventional telemeters
At the other end of the size spectrum, we have performed flight demonstrations of a tiny 2-ounce electric airplane, a surveillance drone that telemeters
what its video camera sees.
METHODS: Rats implanted with telemeters
to monitor HR and cardiac electrophysiology [electrocardiography (ECG)] were exposed once by whole-body inhalation for 4 hr to 0.