LORAN

long-range navigation

LORAN

LOng RAnge Navigation

LORAN

A navigational system similar to GPS except based on ground transmitters, LORAN is relatively obsolete
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Loran

[cassette] Loran was the brand name of a blank compact audio cassette marketed throughout the 1970s and 1980s and manufactured by Loran Cassettes & Audio Products, Inc, a division of Loranger Manufacturing Corporation. Unlike most other brands of cassettes at the time, which were made of more conventional formulations of plastic, Loran cass...
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Loran

abbreviation: Long Range Aid to Navigation
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Loran

abbreviation: Long Range Aid to Navigation (being superseded by GPS Navigation)
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LORAN

acronym: Long-Range Area Navigation System
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loran

land-based system of radio navigation, first developed at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology during World War II for military ships and ... [5 related articles]
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LORAN

Long Range Aid to Navigation
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LORAN

LOng RAnge Navigation is a terrestrial navigation system using low frequency radio transmitters that use the time interval between radio signals received from three or more stations to determine the position of a ship or aircraft. The current version of LORAN in common use is LORAN-C, which operates in the low frequency 90 to 110 kHz band. Many nat...
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LORAN

Long Range Navigation system, which utilizes timing differences between multiple low-frequency transmissions to provide accurate latitude/longitude position information to within 50'.
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Loran

Long Range Navigation system, which utilizes timing differences between multiple low-frequency trans
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LORAN

Long-Range low-frequency Radio Navigation. Its range is about 1,200 nm by day, and 2,300 nm by night.
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LORAN

Long-Range Navigation.
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loran

loran (lôr'ăn") , long-range, accurate radio navigational system used by a ship or aircraft to confirm or to determine its geographical position. The term loran is derived from the words long-range navigaton. Loran, operating in the 1,700-kHz range, measures the time-of-arrival d...
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Loran

Loran is a radio navigation system of the hyperbolic type and developed in America chiefly for long- range navigation over the sea. Chains of transmitters radiate high power 50 micro-second pulses on frequencies in the order of 2 Mhz.
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