TELECOMMUNICATIOX CONVENTION. DECEMBER 9, 1932. 2445 [Translation] GENERAL RADIO REGULATIONS annexed to the International Telecommunication Convention ARTICLE 1 Definitions General Radio Regu- lations. fIl The following definitions shall supplement those contained in Definitions. the Convention: f2] Fixed 8tation: A station not capable of being moved, and com- municating by radio with one or more stations established in the same manner. r] Land station: A station not capable of being moved, carrying on a mobile service. (4) Ooast station: A land station carrying on a service with ship E.tations. This may be a fixed station assigned also to communica- tion with ship stations; in this case, it shall be considered as a coast station only for the duration of its service with ship stations.  Aeronautical station: A land station carrying on a service with aircraft stations. This may be a fixed station assigned also to com- munication with aircraft stations; in this case, it shall be considered as an aeronautical station only for the duration of its service with aircraft stations.  Mobile station: A station capable of being moved and which ordinarily does move.  On-board station: A station on board either a ship which is not permanently moored, or an aircraft.  Ship station: A station on board a ship which is not permanently moored. [II] Aircraft station: A station on board any aerial vehicle. PO] Radiobeacon station: A special station the emissions of which are intended to enable an on-board station to determine its bearing or a direction with reference to the radiobeacon station, and in some cases also the distance which separates it from the latter.  Radio direction-finding station: A station equipped with special apparatus for determining the direction of the emissions of other stations. (12) Telephone broadcasting station: A station carrying on a telephone broadcasting service.
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