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Decca

[′dek·ə]
(navigation)
A hyperbolic navigation system which establishes a line of position from measurement of the phase difference between two continuous-wave signals; the intersection of the two lines of position from two pairs of transmitting stations establishes a navigational fix, or location.

Decca

A trade name for an extinct long-range, ambiguous, two-dimensional radio navigation system that used continuous-wave transmission to provide hyperbolic lines of position, and position-fixing facilities, through the radio frequency phase comparison techniques from four transmitters. The system operated in the frequency band 68 to 150 kilocycles.
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"It was a new recording experience for us and we are really looking forward to working closely with Decca over the months to come to share this album with audiences throughout the country and hopefully further afield."
The royal happenings captured for posterity by Decca have included the 2011 wedding of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, the 1981 wedding of the Prince and Princess of Wales, and the 1997 funeral of Diana, Princess of Wales.
In her Decca years, her discography was missing a crucial repertoire for violinists, particularly Bach's works for solo violin.
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He played football with them and recorded with a local children's ensemble, the Bolata Senior Phase Secondary School Choir, which features on the album He said: "There are boys and girls my own age all over the world that need help so the work Save the Children does is very important." Dickon Stainer, the president of Decca Records, said of the new signing: "He's the Gareth Bale of choristers, a once-in-a-generation talent".
El 1 de enero de 1962 un grupo de Liverpool llamado The Beatles viajo a Londres para su primera audicion con una compania de discos importante: Decca Records.
Two years after winning the 1947 Eisteddfod, record label Decca recorded three 78rpm records with the 60-strong choir.
The decision by a Decca Records' executive still stands as one of the worst judgement calls made in music history.
ONCE known for banging out beats, Derek "Decca" Wade is now drumming up support for a scheme offering free insulation to North East homeowners.