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Due to the coming of the digital age as a result of the increasing convenience of the Internet and wireless data transmission networks, local area measurement systems are gradually being extended to wide area measurement systems. In this paper, we propose a design and implementation of a wireless remote measurement system, which is an integration of a client-server remote Windows-based signal generator, a digital storage oscilloscope, and a transmission channel of an Internet and wireless network. The experimental results show that the transmission rate of the remote measurement system can reach 1.2 K samples per second that can cause some dine delay in the whole system operation. However, due to the batching scanning mechanism in the waveform reconstruction, the overall bandwidth limitation of the measurement system is limited by the characteristics of the interface circuits. The primary results from the test circuit measured by a local oscilloscope and our experimental system agree with each other.