listening station


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listening station

[′lis·ən·iŋ ‚stā·shən]
(engineering)
A radio or radar receiving station that is continuously manned for various purposes, such as for radio direction finding or for gaining information about enemy electronic devices.
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KNXR-FM, a longtime Rochester easy listening station may soon get a new owner.
The listening station was designed to be approachable and accessible to anyone who wants to drop in, look at the projects and give their priorities.
Such an outpost forms the subject of the six photographs, The Listening Station (post-production), 2009, and video installation, The Listening Station I, 2008, that comprise "The Listening Station," 2008-2009, by the Belfast-based artist Allan Hughes.
Stationed with the US Navy in Turkey, Reed's father worked at a radio listening station used primarily by the air force, but also by the navy for high-frequency direction finding.
DJ Emma Scott will soon be back on the airwaves - but this time for easy listening station Heart FM.
Eventually, a listening station can be added with the use of a CD player and an area to store CDs.
A FORMER listening station which helped crack the Enigma code used by Germans in the Second World War is being sold.
The property, which is hidden away in the Angus countryside, includes a former radio listening station and 50ft mast.
The Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ) listening station moved to a single site last year after occupying more than 50 buildings on two sites since the 1950s.
The Government Communications Headquarters listening station in Cheltenham,Glos,moved to a single site after occupying more than 50 buildings on two sites.
The music can be accessed in the library at a listening station, or from any computer with Internet access via remote log-in options.
Constable Alex Anderson, 57, of Kelty, Fife, left the Satellite Ground Listening Station at Balado Bridge, Kinross, unnoticed to shoot and injure John McDowell, before killing himself.