anchor station

anchor station

[′aŋ·kər ‚stā·shən]
(civil engineering)
(oceanography)
An anchoring site by a research vessel for the purpose of making a set of scientific observations.
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The anchor station antennas will be manufactured by General Dynamics C4 Systems SATCOM Technologies.
on anchor station KKYK, 49/20, in Little Rock (carried on Dish and Direct satellite outlets on Channel 49).
So his program was dropped by the Ducks' anchor station in Eugene, KUGN, since blacks are such significant players for Oregon.
The weekends this fall will be an almost continuous presentation of Oregon football on KEZI, the local and anchor station for the Oregon Sports Network.
Azteca America, the fastest-growing Hispanic television network in the United States, announced today the appointment of Elisa Salinas as CEO of Azteca America's Los Angeles affiliate and anchor station KAZA-TV, Channel 54.
Contract notice: Purchase of 1 Ka-Band Wideband Global SATCOM Anchor Station (lot 1) and 1 X-Band Wideband Global SATCOM Anchor Station (lot 2) (the acquisition contracts) plus framework agreements regarding spare parts and service to the Wideband Global SATCOM Anchor Stations (the sustainment framework agreements).
Since entering into the original letter of intent, our anchor station WTDR(FM), which we were to have given up, has outperformed those stations we were to have acquired in the swap.
Contract award: upgrade (redundancy) and maintenance of the x band of the anchor station in marche-en-famenne
Officials hope this new anchor station to become an economic driver to Parachute, which is already among Colorado's busiest rest areas.
1m contract covers the design-and-build of the Mercury Global anchor stations, while the second $8.
With some 1,400 employees, TV Azteca owns and operates two national television networks through its two anchor stations in Mexico City, as well as 250 repeaters throughout the country and 13 local stations.
The contract consists of 16 transportable earth terminals as well as one shipboard and two major anchor stations located near Camp Roi Albert, in the Belgian Ardennes.