Definition of Remote station
1. Noun. A terminal connected to a computer by a data link.
Generic synonyms: Terminal
Lexicographical Neighbors of Remote Station
Literary usage of Remote station
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. SAS 9.1.3 [sic.] Companion for Z/OS. by SAS Institute, SAS Publishing (2004)
"In order to direct your output to a remote destination, you must know the remote station ID of the device that will receive your output. ..."
2. The Elements of Natural Philosophy: Copiously Illustrated by Familiar by Alfred White Sprague (1856)
"... and the electric pulsations transmitted and made to give a corresponding revolution to a type-wheel of the machine at the remote station. ..."
3. Electricity and the Electric Telegraph by George Bartlett Prescott (1888)
"When the key is closed at the remote station, and a line current is sent through the coils m TO', one of the poles n n' becomes oppositely polarized. ..."
4. Supplement to Spons ̓dictionary of Engineering, Civil, Mechanical, Military by Edward Spon, Francis N. Spon (1880)
"When the key is closed at the remote station, and a line current is sent through the coils mm', one of the poles, n n', becomes oppositely polarized. ..."