base station

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الإنجليزية - التركية
baz istasyonu
base end station
(Askeri) BAZ UCU NOKTASI: Bir baz hattının sonundaki bir gözlem noktası. Atış esaslarını tespit etme veya yer ölçme maksatlarıyla açılar bu noktadan ölçülür. Buna "base line end station" da denir
base line end station
(Askeri) BAZ UCU NOKTASI: Bak "base end station"
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
Also called a reference station A receiver that is set up on a known location specifically to collect data for differentially correcting rover files The base station calculates the error for each satellite and, through differential correction, improves the accuracy of GPS positions collected at unknown locations by a roving GPS receiver
The central radio transmitter/receiver that maintains communications with mobile radio telephone sets within a given range (typically a cell site)
A transmission and reception station for handling cellular traffic Usually consists of one or more receive/transmit antenna, microwave dish, and electronic circuitry Also referred to as a cell site, since it holds one or more tx/rx cells Base stations are constructed and placed on high buildings, hydro towers, monopoles, or other structures with a good elevation above the area to be covered Several base stations within an area form a wireless network On average, 800 MHz sites are spaced about 10-12 km (6-8 mi) apart and 1900 MHz sites are spaced about 3-4 km (2-2 5 mi) apart In high network traffic areas base stations are placed much closer together Base stations may also be placed closer together to deal with interference from adjacent buildings and other geographic irregularities Even a Simpsons episode featured a cellular base station above their house Mind you, real base stations don't look like this!
A wireless term A base station is the fixed device, such as a cell tower, that a mobile radio transceiver (transmitter/receiver) talks to
A computer which accepts radio signals from ALERT gaging sites, decodes the data, places the data in a database, and makes the data available to other users
The fixed transmitter/receiver with which a mobile radio transceiver establishes a communication link to gain access to the public-switched telephone network
  1   A land station in the land mobile service [NTIA] [RR]  2   In personal commu­ni­cation service, the common name for all the radio equipment located at one fixed location, and that is used for serving one or several cells
A fixed radio transmitter/receiver which electronically relays signals to and from mobile voice and data terminals or handsets
Transmitter, receiver, antenna, signaling and related equipment located at each cell site
A station in the Domestic Public Cellular Radio Telecommunications Service, other than a mobile station, used for communicating with mobile stations Depending upon the context, the term base station may refer to a cell, a sector within a cell, an MSC, or other part of the cellular system See also MSC
The central radio transmitter/receiver that maintains communications with mobile radiotelephone sets within a give range (typically a cell site) (Back to top )
A fixed station at a specified site authorized to communicate with mobile stations Base stations are usually housed in metal cabinets or small structures within close proximity to the antenna structure
The central transmitter in a communications system that acts as the cell hub for communicating with handsets and/or mobile units
a site containing a radio transmitter/receiver and network communication equipment
Motient network base stations consist of an antenna and a transmitter/receiver These stations receive messages from Radio Frequency (RF) devices and send them to the Radio Network Controller (RNC) A base station also transmits messages to subscriber units
A focal point for data and communications One base station can service one or more remote sites
The central radio transmitter/receiver that maintains communications with mobile radiotelephone sets within a give range (typically a cell site)
A land station in the land mobile service For example, in cellular and PCS uses, each cell has its own base station; each base station is interconnected with other base stations and with the public switched network (PSTN)
The central radio transmitter/receiver that maintains communications with a mobile radiotelephone with a given range
The base station is a multicircuit transceiver located at the center of a cell whose primary purpose is to handle all incoming & outgoing calls within the cell The base station relays the mobile's signal to the MTSO via wireline
In mobile telecommunication, a base station is the central radio transmitter/ receiver that maintains communication with the mobile radio telephone sets within its range In cellular and personal communications applications, each cell or microcell has its own base station; each base station in turn is interconnected with other cells’ base stations
A transmitter/receiver unit located in a fixed location which can talk directly to mobiles or portables
Central radio transmitter/receiver in a cell
Also called cell station, a radio transceiver (transmitter/ receiver) that uses processing hardware/software and an antenna array to control and relay voice and data signals between the central office of a telephone network, or the internet transport provider, and the remote subscriber unit (fixed or mobile) or internet appliance; it connects wireless users to a phone network, or to an internet service provider
base station subsystem
that section of a GSM network which is responsible for transmitting radio signals to and receiving radio signals from a mobile phone
base station


    base sta·tion

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    beys steyşın


    /ˈbās ˈstāsʜən/ /ˈbeɪs ˈsteɪʃən/

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