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mobile station

[′mō·bəl ′stā·shən]
(communications)
Station in the mobile service intended to be used while in motion or during halts at unspecified points.
One or more transmitters that are capable of transmission while in motion.

mobile station

A user's wireless device, which can be a cellphone or a system in a vehicle.
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However, the conventional algorithm with hysteresis allows a mobile station (MS) to make handoff decision only if the path-loss received from the neighboring BTS is better than the current one by the specified hysteresis margin, provided a certain threshold path-loss is assured.
Downlink-OTDOA estimates mobile station's position based on measurements taken at the mobile station for downlink radio signals from multiple base stations, along with knowledge of the geographical coordinates of the measured base stations and their relative downlink timing.
In Integrated UMTS and WLAN Network during the upward handoff, a mobile station continuously measures the RSS from the current AP of WLAN and compares the current RSS value with a fixed predefined threshold value.
Once the mobile station RSS is less than the handover threshold at the serving BS, and the mobile station RSS is bigger or equal than the handover threshold at target BS, then the RSS condition is satisfied.
The mobile station gives people a chance to see we are both accessible and approachable
New figures show that visitor numbers to the mobile station have fallen by 35% compared to its former permanent site.
QUALCOMM's Mobile Station Modem (MSM) family of chipsets provides handset manufacturers with a portfolio of solutions to address next-generation 3G handsets.
Schreiner can supply the specially constructed labels overprinted with the cell phone's IMEI identification number (International Mobile Station Equipment Identity).
One mobile station will be shared by Congleton and Vale Royal divisions, one will be operated by Macclesfield, and Chester has applied for funding for a third vehicle.
The Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA) has published Mobile Station--Base Station Compatibility Standard, a revision of TIA/EIA-553-A, The document includes technical requirements for a cellular radio telecom system, ensuring that a mobile station can obtain service in any cellular system manufactured to meet TIA/EIA-553-A specifications.
In October TPSA signed a cooperation agreement with France's Societe europeenne des Satellits (SES) covering the installation of a so-called "up-link" mobile station. The station, located in Poreby Lesne, some 50 kilometres from Warsaw, will make it possible to broadcast up to eight digital TV channels via the Astra satellite.

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