FUNDAMENTALS OF RADIO TELEMETRY - Rider Publication - 1959

“FUNDAMENTALS OF RADIO TELEMETRY” by Marvin Tepper (126 pages, 1959).

This is the best introduction to basic TELEMETRY principles I've seen. The course presents one fundamental topic at a time, taken up in the order of need, rendered absolutely understandable, and hammered home by the use of clear, cartoon-type illustrations. The illustrations are the most effective ever presented. Every page has at least one such illustration – every page covers one complete idea! An imaginary instructor stands figuratively at the reader’s elbow, doing demonstrations that make it easier to understand each subject presented in the course.

If you would like to understand what telemetry is all about, READ THIS BOOK!

TABLE OF CONTENTS

1. Introduction to Telemetry
2. Telemetry Inside the Missile
3. Multiplexing
4. The Telemetry Receiving Station
5. Recovering and Recording the Data
6. Digital Techniques in Telemetry
7. Telemetry Data Reduction
8. Satellite Telemetry
Bibliography
Appendix I: Telemetry Standards for Guided Missiles
Appendix II: Magnetic Recorder/Reproducer Standards
Index

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