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1. (WO2016195682) SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR A DOWNHOLE HANGER ASSEMBLY
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What is claimed is:

1. A method comprising:

lowering a downhole hanger assembly comprising a telemetry unit into a wellbore tubular; and

setting the downhole hanger against an interior wall of the wellbore tubular.

2. The method of claim 1 wherein the downhole hanger assembly comprises a downhole hanger and a telemetry unit.

3. The method of claim 1 wherein the downhole hanger assembly comprises a downhole hanger coupled with a telemetry component having a telemetry unit within the telemetry component.

4. The method of claim 1 further comprising:

receiving data, by the telemetry unit of the set downhole hanger assembly, from at least one of another telemetry unit located downhole from the set downhole hanger assembly or from a tool assembly located outside of the wellbore tubular; and

transmitting, by the telemetry unit of the set downhole hanger assembly, the received data uphole.

5. The method of claim 4 wherein the received data is from one of a telemetry unit located outside of the wellbore tubular or a telemetry unit located inside of the wellbore tubular.

6. The method of claim 4 wherein the transmitted data is transmitted to one of a telemetry unit located outside the wellbore tubular or a telemetry unit located inside of the wellbore tubular.

7. The method of claim 4 wherein the tool assembly is a sensor.

8. The method of claim 1 wherein lowering the downhole hanger assembly further comprises lowering a line having an install tool detachably coupled with the downhole hanger assembly.

9. The method of claim 8 wherein setting the downhole hanger assembly further comprises causing one or more slips of the downhole hanger assembly to extend outwardly and contact an interior wall of the wellbore tubular to set the downhole hanger assembly.

10. The method of claim 8 wherein the install tool is a non-explosive install tool.

11. A downhole hanger assembly comprising:

a downhole hanger; and

a telemetry unit.

12. The downhole hanger assembly of claim 11 wherein the telemetry unit resides within the downhole hanger.

13. The downhole hanger assembly of claim 11 wherein the telemetry unit resides in a telemetry component which is coupled with the downhole hanger.

14. The downhole hanger assembly of claim 11 wherein the downhole hanger comprises one or more sets of slips configured to contact and set the downhole hanger assembly against an interior wall of a wellbore tubular.

15. A wellbore tubular comprising:

at least one tubing section of a wellbore tubular, the at least one tubing section having an interior wall and an exterior wall; and

one or more downhole hanger assemblies set against the interior wall of the tubing section, each downhole hanger assembly comprising:

a downhole hanger; and

a telemetry unit.

16. The wellbore tubular of claim 15 wherein the telemetry unit resides in the downhole hanger.

17. The wellbore tubular of claim 15 wherein the telemetry unit resides in a telemetry component which is coupled with the downhole hanger.

18. The wellbore tubular of claim 15 wherein each telemetry unit is configured to:

receive data, by the telemetry unit of the set downhole hanger assembly, from at least one of another telemetry unit located downhole from the set downhole hanger assembly or from a tool assembly located outside of the wellbore tubular; and

transmitting, by the telemetry unit of the set downhole hanger assembly, the received data uphole.

19. The wellbore tubular of claim 18 wherein the received data is from one of a telemetry unit located outside of the wellbore tubular or a telemetry unit located inside of the wellbore tubular.

20. The wellbore tubular of claim 18 wherein the transmitted data is transmitted to one of a telemetry unit located outside the wellbore tubular or a telemetry unit located inside of the wellbore tubular.