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4* 1 42 TELEMECHANICS We shall see that the parameters T and F also determine the transient time of the readings at the receiver output, T . In telemetering T is usually taken equal to 5 T where r is the time-constant of the receiver. On the b a s i s of K n t e l ' r n k n v ' s t h p n r p m tT u Taking, as an approximate estimate, F « 1 /r, we obtain By using the relation obtained above for the dependence of d o n T and F, we find Frequency systems. e. systems in which the signal has the form of sinusoidal oscillations frequency-modulated by the parameter being measured.
The transmission of each element by oscillations of a determinate frequency; (c) time separation, in which signal elements are sequentially in time (in turn). signal transmitted The simplified diagrams of Fig. 16 illustrate the practical realization of these three methods of separation of signal elements. F o r the sake of clarity the case is taken when n o pulse-attributes are used and their role is performed by the mere presence (1) or absence (0) of a pulse. The keys IK, 2K, . . assign corresponding elements, namely signal pulses, and the relays IR, 2R, .
In fact the error-correcting code system considered above will TABLE 3 Code combination "Fellow-travellers " Code combination "Fellow-travellers " (1) 01001 (la) (lb) (lc) (Id) (le) 01000 01011 01101 00001 11001 (3) 10010 (3 a) (3 b) (3 c) (3d) (3e) 10011 10000 10110 11010 00010 (2) OHIO (2a) (2 b) (2c) (2d) (2e) 01111 01100 01010 00110 11110 (4) 10101 (4a) (4 b) (4c) (4d) (4e) 10100 10111 10001 11101 00101 29 TELEMECHANICAL SIGNALS contain four code combinations only, whereas in a binary system with the same number of elements (n = 5) we would have obtained 32 code combinations.