land station

land station

[′land ‚stā·shən]
(communications)
Station in the mobile service not intended for operation while in motion.
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Three proposed stations - Al Maktoum Airport Station, Dubai Land Station and the Central Station - will serve as hubs for connections to the wider Etihad Rail network.
Summary: The World Bank and the Global Environment Facility gave a $1 million grant for establishing the National Council for Scientific Research land station for receiving NASA satellite images.
The National Transport Company and Able will offer logistics support services by co-managing a land station in Basra dedicated for trucks and drivers, he said.
Visitors will be able to take a magical journey from Spring Village to Santa Land Station where they can visit Santa's Grotto.
The regional inland ais servers with logical ais land station (lls), As well as ais data distributors, Are set up.
This contract is for the manufacture of excavation work and creation of roads, networks and various plantations in the land station in the town center of Bondy (Seine-Saint-Denis).
The memo included mutual cooperation in establishment of land stations, making and launching of satellites in the stable and non-stable orbits for telecommunication services and remote sensing, besides enhancing the capabilities of the cadres working in this field.
The Danish mobile satellite and radio communications terminals and land stations maker Thrane & Thrane issued on Wednesday (23 August) its report for the first quarter of the financial year 2006/2007, posting an operating result of DKK12.
Such a flight is well within the mechanical and flying capabilities of a modern sailplane--the pilot getting front-related flight directions from land stations via satellite radio, plus accurate position and navigation information directly from his GPS set.
He said the Globalstar digital telecommunication system is based on a constellation of 48 low-orbit satellites, and said the company also has 16 land stations, one of which is in Nicaragua.
The NCDC team analyzed data from more than 5,000 land stations and from water temperature readings collected by satellite sensors, buoys, and ships.
They included data collected from land stations, ships, and buoys.