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base station

[′bās ‚stā·shən]
A land station, in the land mobile service, carrying on a service with land mobile stations (a base station may secondarily communicate with other base stations incident to communications with land mobile stations).
A station in a land mobile system which remains in a fixed location and communicates with the mobile stations.
The point from which a survey begins.
A geographic position whose absolute gravity value is known.

base station

(1) A holder (see cradle).

(2) In general, a transmitter and receiver of electronic signals.

(3) An earth-bound transceiver station for wireless transmission to a communications satellite. See earth station and transceiver.

(4) A transceiver station for wireless transmission to cellular phones and devices. In 2G GSM systems, the base station is a "base transceiver station" (BTS). In 3G and LTE networks, base stations are known as "Node B" and "Evolved Node B" (eNB) stations respectively. See 3G, LTE and transceiver.

(5) A transceiver station for a wireless local area network (WLAN). A Wi-Fi base station is an "access point." See access point, transceiver and wireless LAN.
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The RedKite wireless base station will be positioned on the Livery Place office building near Birmingham Snow Hill rail station.
Since being selected to develop and manufacture DoCoMo's Super 3G wireless base station equipment, Fujitsu and Fujitsu Laboratories have worked with DoCoMo in developing the required technologies, and the companies have succeeded in developing a prototype wireless base station that achieves maximum downlink transmission speeds of approximately 900Mbps when using four antennas each (4x4 MIMO) for Super 3G base station transmission and mobile station reception as well as employing Fujitsu Laboratories' short-delay, high-speed error correction decoding technology.
The availability of standard product solutions that meet interconnect specifications such as CPRI addresses the growing demand for standardized wireless base station architectures," said Bill Richardson, marketing manager for Wireless Products at PMC-Sierra.
With the addition of a radio module, a complete wireless base station can be integrated into a very compact solution.
Table 43: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Wireless Base Station Test Equipment by Geographic Region - US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America and Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenues in US$ Thousand for Years 2009 through 2018 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-81 Table 44: World 10-Year Perspective for Wireless Base Station Test Equipment by Geographic Region - Percentage Breakdown of Revenues for US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America and Rest of World Markets for Years 2009, 2013 & 2018 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-82
We have many customers enjoying significant benefits and cost savings from using our programmable devices in their wireless base station networks," said Omid Tahernia, vice president and general manager of the Xilinx DSP Division.
Within two months of opening, the division has been awarded contracts from two major OEMs for the repair of enterprise products, access technology and wireless base station equipment.
As our customers embark upon the next generation of challenging base station designs, known to take up to two years to develop, they've encouraged wireless base station vendors to ensure availability of a robust inventory of devices that are interoperable," stated Bill Beane, senior product manager for the IDT Flow-control Management Division.
PulseWave RF will use the funding to commercialize its Class M Power amplifier module, the industry's first digital power amplifier architecture for wireless base stations.
0, a new generation of its successful phase-locked loop (PLL) circuit design and evaluation tool, as well as two new PLL synthesizers delivering industry-leading performance for the upconversion and downconversion of RF signals in wireless base station equipment.
The latest forecast from ABI Research suggests that while the overall long-term prognosis for the wireless base station market remains pessimistic, the outlook for two air interfaces--WCDMA and CDMA2000 1xEV-DO--is improving compared to recent assessments.
In recent years, wireless base station manufacturers have been severely challenged by the need to increase the performance and reduce the cost of their analog RF amplifier solutions," said Graham Haddock, president and CEO of PulseWave RF.

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