A test and measurement system records data. Would it be better to indicate:
A test and measurement system that forwards data to a data store . (not a 'database').
OR is it 'good enough' to state:
A test and measurement system that saves data in a networked database.
I am concerned that the latter is too specific and a competitor could implement \ design a 'work-around' a narrow claim. I think that it is best to use broad terms in the claims and use more specific language to describe the system elsewhere (enablement). If this is incorrect or nuanced, I would like to understand why.