B station

B station

[′bē ‚stā·shən]
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In loran, the designation applied to one transmitting station of a pair, the signal of which always occurs more than half a repetition period after the succeeding signal and less than half a repetition period before the preceding signal from the other station of the pair, designated an A station.
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