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Author Barculo, Diana
Title Telemetry : Research, Technology and Applications
Imprint New York : Nova Science Publishers, Incorporated, 2009
©2009
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Note Intro -- TELEMETRY: RESEARCH,TECHNOLOGY AND APPLICATIONS -- TELEMETRY: RESEARCH, TECHNOLOGY AND APPLICATIONS -- CONTENTS -- PREFACE -- BIOMEDICAL TELEMETRY:TECHNOLOGY AND APPLICATIONS -- ABSTRACT -- 1. INTRODUCTION -- 2. TELEMETRY SYSTEM -- 2.1. Transmitter And Receiver -- 2.2 Basic Antenna and Frequency Design Considerations -- 2.3 Power Sources -- 2.4. Implanted Telemetry Devices -- 3. TYPES OF TELEMETRY -- 3.1. Radio Telemetry -- 3.2. Ultrasound Telemetry -- 3.3. Infrared Telemetry -- 4. APPLICATIONS OF BIOMEDICAL TELEMETRY -- 4.1. Space Life Sciences -- 4.2. Health Monitoring -- 4.3. Medical Implants -- 4.4. Wildlife Biotelemetry -- 4.5. Ambulatory Monitoring in Human -- CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES -- ON THE USE OF TELEMETRY IN HABITATSELECTION STUDIES -- ABSTRACT -- INTRODUCTION -- 1. TOWARDS THE USE OF AUTOCORRELATION IN INDIVIDUALHABITAT SELECTION STUDIES -- 1.1. From the Past. The Null Model as Random Locations: Autocorrelationas a Problem -- 1.2. The Present. The Null Model is a Random Walk: Accounting for SerialAutocorrelation -- 1.3. Into the Future. The Null Model is a Mixture of Random Walks:Autocorrelation as a Paradigm -- 2. GPS TECHNOLOGY: A DOUBLE-EDGED SWORD -- 2.1. Individual Variability -- 2.2. A Matter of Scale -- 2.3. Main Costs and Benefits of GPS Technologies -- 2.4. Some Recommendations -- CONCLUSION -- ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS -- REFERENCES -- RADIOTELEMETRIC EEGRECORDINGSIN SMALL RODENTS -APOWERFUL ANALYTICALTOOL IN BASIC NEUROLOGICAL RESEARCH -- ABSTRACT -- 1. INTRODUCTION TO RADIOTELEMETRY -- 1.1. The Importance of Radiotelemetry in Animal Experimentation inBiomedical Sciences -- 1.2. Radiotelemetric Research - Fields of Application -- 1.3. Restraining and Non-restraining Approaches: Pros and Cons ofImplantable Radiotelemetry -- 1.4. Critical Aspects of Radiotelemetric Application in Current BiomedicalSciences
2. IMPLANTABLE EEGRADIOTELEMETRY IN MICEAND RATS -- 2.1. Functional Application of the EEG -- 2.2. Planning for EEG Radiotelemetry -- 2.3. Commercial Versus Self-Constructed Telemetry Systems -- 2.4. General Aspects of Surgical Precautions in Small Rodents -- 2.5. Anesthesia -- 2.6. Intraperitoneal Radiotransmitter Implantation -- 2.7. Subcutaneous Radiotransmitter Implantation -- 2.8. Stereotaxic Device -- 2.9. Surface Electrode Implantation for Electrocorticographic Recordings(ECoG) -- 2.10. Deep Electrode Implantation for Intracerebral EEG Recordings -- 2.11. Postoperative Care, Pain Management and Recovery -- 2.12. Signal-to-noise Ratio -- 2.13. Epidural Surface and Deep Intracerebral EEG Recordings - Examplesand Practical Approaches -- 2.14. Combination of Implantable EEG Radiotelemetry with otherTechniques -- 2.15. Electromyographic and Electrocardiographic Contamination of theEEG -- 2.16. Data Acquisition and Analysis -- 3. CRITICAL APPRAISAL OF EEG RADIOTELEMTRY -- 4. VALIDATION OF RADIOTELEMETRY AND GOODRADIOTELEMETRIC PRACTICE -- 5. CONCLUSION -- 6. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS -- REFERENCES -- TELEMETRY:AN ECOLOGIST SWISS-ARMY KNIFE -- ABSTRACT -- INTRODUCTION -- DIRECT APPLICATIONS -- TELEMETRY STUDIES AS DATA SOURCE FOR OTHERBIO-ECOLOGICAL QUESTIONS -- A CASE STUDY USING A MEDITERRANEAN POPULATION OFEURASIAN BADGERS (MELES MELES) -- 1) Main Aims of the Project -- 2) Study Area -- 3) Methods -- 4) Project Results -- REFERENCES -- BIOTELEMETRY NET FOR NEUROCHEMICALBIOSENSOR AND MICROSENSOR APPLICATIONS:DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION AND VALIDATION -- ABSTRACT -- INTRODUCTION -- THE POTENTIOSTAT -- THE CURRENT-TO-VOLTAGE CONVERTER -- THE SECOND AMPLIFICATION STAGE -- BIOTELEMETRY UNIT DESCRIPTION -- THE DISTRIBUTED SENSOR NET -- FIRMWARE AND SOFTWARE -- ANALOG ELECTRONICS CALIBRATION -- AMPEROMETRIC MICROSENSORS AND BIOSENSORS CONSTRUCTIONAND CALIBRATION
CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES -- BIOTELEMETRY RESEARCH ON UPSTREAMMIGRATION BEHAVIOR OF ADULT CHUM AND PINKSALMON IN A RE-MEANDERED SEGMENT OF THESHIBETSU RIVER, JAPAN -- ABSTRACT -- INTRODUCTION -- MATERIALS AND METHODS -- Study Area -- Experimental Animals -- Telemetry Equipment -- Transmitter Attachment Procedure -- Calibration of EMG Signals to Swimming Speeds -- Field Study -- Critical Swimming Speed Trials -- New Approaches Estimating Energy Costs of Swimming from EMG Values -- RESULTS -- Calibration of EMG Signals to Swimming Speeds -- Selectivity of the Reconstruction Segment -- The Swimming Behavior of Chum and Pink Salmon in the Channelized andReconstructed Segment -- Geomorphological and Flow Process in the Reconstructed Segment from2004 to 2005 -- Temporal Description of Swimming Speed and Migration Paths -- Comparison of Swimming Depth during Moving andHolding Behavior -- Critical Swimming Speeds -- Respirometry Metabolism of Pink Salmon -- EMG-swimming Speed Relationships -- CONCLUSION -- Influence of Hydrological Conditions on Upstream Migration -- Effects of the Reconstructed Segment on Swimming Behavior of Chum andPink Salmon -- Geomorphological Evolution of the Reconstructed Segment -- Energy Costs Associated with Swimming of Pink Salmon in the Channelizedand Reconstructed Segment -- ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS -- REFERENCES -- BIO-TELEMETRY OF INSHORE FISHIN POLAR REGIONS -- ABSTRACT -- INTRODUCTION -- ENVIRONMENTAL CONTEXT -- Equipment and Tracking Protocol -- Subject Species and Tag Implantation -- Safety -- CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES -- REPRODUCTIVE STATE-SPECIFIC HABITATUSE BY ADULT JAPANESE FLUVIAL SCULPIN COTTUSPOLLUX (PISCES: COTTIDAE), IN RELATION TOBOTTOM SUBSTRATE CONDITION -- ABSTRACT -- INTRODUCTION -- MATERIALS AND METHODS -- RESULTS -- DISCUSSION -- CONCLUSION -- ACKNOWLEDGMENTS -- REFERENCES
ANOVEL TELEMETRIC SYSTEMFOR RECORDING BRAIN ACTIVITY INSMALL ANIMALS -- ABSTRACT -- INTRODUCTION -- 1. THEORETICAL CONSIDERATIONS OF A TELEMETRIC SYSTEM -- 2.WHY IS WIRELESS TECHNOLOGY PREFERABLE? -- 3. CURRENT TECHNICAL LIMITATIONS OF SUCHRECORDING SYSTEMS -- 3.1. Frequency -- 3.2. Data Decoding -- 3.3. Uni- or Bidirectional Communication -- 4. OUR SYSTEM -- 4.1. Weight and Size -- 4.2. Power Consumption -- 4.4. The Surgical Implantation -- 4.5 Impact on the Animaĺs Behavior -- 4.6 Collecting the Data -- 5. FUTURE DEVELOPMENTS OF THIS TECHNOLOGY -- ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS -- REFERENCES -- AUDIBLE-WAVE TELEMETRY WITHPC SOUND CARD FORREMOTE ANALYSIS APPLICATIONS -- ABSTRACT -- 1. INTRODUCTION -- 2. EXPERIMENTAL SECTION -- 2.1. Apparatuses, Software and Instrument -- 2.2. Validation of the Developed System -- 2.3. pH Measurement Testing -- 3. RESULTS AND DISCUSSION -- 3.1. Comparison of Three Communication Systems -- 3.2. Validation of the Telemetric System -- 3.3. Applications -- 3.4. Other Features of the Telemetric System -- 4. CONCLUSION -- ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS -- REFERENCES -- TELEMETRY OF BODY TEMPERATUREFOR LONG-TERM RECORDINGS OF BREATHING -- ABSTRACT -- 1. INTRODUCTION -- 2. THE BAROMETRIC TECHNIQUE -- 3. LIMITATIONS TO LONG-TERM STUDIES -- 4. SOLUTIONS FOR LONG-TERM STUDIES -- 5. EXAMPLES AND CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES -- INDEX
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Subject Biotelemetry
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Alt Author Daniels, Julia
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