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slave station

[′slāv ¦stā·shən]
(navigation)
In a radio navigation system such as loran, the transmitting station controlled or triggered by the signal received from the master station.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

slave station

In a hyperbolic navigation system, a station whose transmissions are controlled by a master station. Often shortened to slave. See master station.
An Illustrated Dictionary of Aviation Copyright © 2005 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved
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The enforced migration of slavery is addressed in 1677, a darker, bluesier piece referring to the infamous slave station of Goree, and Wales' own dark side is addressed in Tryweryn, which was enhanced by lighting effects.
The whole EtherCAT network is made of master station nodes and slave station nodes as shown in Figure 1.
When the frames pass through each slave station node, they are processed without stopping.
The US leader's unusual show of unity came after he toured the west African nation's Goree slave station, where up to 200 people were shackled at a time.
HELPING HANDS: Bush meets Senegal president Abdoulaye Wade at Goree Island slave station
Architecture, especially churches, comes second, and he perseveres in penetrating the hill fortress-palace of Herod the Great and the old slave station of Goree Island.
(1) Open interfaces between the master and slave stations of the base station defined by the "O-RAN Alliance" (Open Radio Access Network Alliance)
This way, as an Ethernet packet passes through the slave stations like cars of a train, each station recognizes its own datagram.
As there are no authentication or integrity controls, these frames are accepted by the slave stations. Depending on the state of the network, this type of attack could disrupt the real-time capability or even lead to physical damage.
Because of delays in transmission and the fact that not all earth stations have an uplink facility, a more applicable approach might be the use of a slotted Aloha protocol In polling the stations, a response would not be required if the master earth station or controller broadcast what it assumed to be the current state of each station, and then received a response from the slave stations only when the state chnaged.