receiving station


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receiving station

[ri′sēv·iŋ ‚stā·shən]
(mechanical engineering)
The location or device on conveyor systems where bulk material is loaded or otherwise received onto the conveyor.
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At Chickajajur receiving station there is no voltage sag at any of the buses as generation capacity is sufficient at this receiving station.
of Japan to construct LNG receiving station in Yungan of Kaohsiung County.
Since we needed to place interfering stations at the boundary of the carrier sensing range, in order for a receiving station to receive the maximum interference, we used the above carrier sense range to locate interfering stations.
The Artemis spacecraft then beamed the data to a receiving station operated by Spot Image in Toulouse in southwestern France over a conventional 20-gigahertz radio link.
4-million development project produced three Eagle aircraft, a ground-control station, and a remote receiving station.
Smart-antenna pioneers have recently discovered that using 10 or so antennas at each transmission and receiving station can greatly increase the number of independent channels per radio frequency (SN: 7/15/00, p.
The farther the receiving station is from the transmitting one, the worse it sounds.
Using automated dependent surveillance (ADS), a plane automatically radios its position; the receiving station, often a satellite, sends the data.
The central item of the brief was clearly the transmitting and receiving station, but the complex also needed to provide engineers' offices and a base for their technical equipment.
In 1892 Ellis Island replaced Castle Garden as a receiving station for immigrants.