The Earth station that sends data to a satellite using a very large satellite dish.
an "integrated facility that provides its users with fast, convenient access to advanced telecommunications, both short- and long-distance, through satellites, fibre-optics, microwave, and other networks
a satellite communications centre capable of switching voice, image and data transmissions to and from any location
Stationary earth station. Used for turnarounds as well as up and downlinks
a teleport is a physical location and interface between a satellite system and telecommunications networks on the ground. It includes a variety of satellite dishes, earth stations, and supporting ground equipment.
Technical ground facility used for satellite communications. PanAmSat operates four domestic teleports: Atlanta, GA; Napa, CA; Fillmore, CA; Long Beach,CA; and Castle Rock, Co.
A group of earth stations in one location providing various satellite services on a multi-customer basis; one version also includes commercial real estate development such as a multi-tenant office building or a business park.
A teleport (telecommunications port) is a hub that provides access to high-bandwidth services. The Thaicom Teleport and DTH Center is a gateway for satellite transmissions, allowing broadcasters, cablecasters, and public and private network operators to outsource non-core functions. Our Teleport feeds video, data and voice to Thaicom satellites, delivering time-sensitive television and radio programming to audiences globally. It also provides remote and underdeveloped regions with high-quality Internet and network connections.
In satellite communication, Teleport refers to an Earth Station Hub, or Uplink Facility. Probably short for "Telecommunications Port."