Telephone or teletypewriter on customer premises through which service is furnished. A main station is just that; an extension, an additional set.
any location wired to accept a telephone, sometimes referred to as an extension. Also another name for a place where a call can be answered. It may be a telephone, an Attendant console, a PC, or any other device.
(1) A term used to denote the customer's main telephone. (2) Broadly used term referring to the end of a circuit.
A telephone instrument consisting of a transmitter, receiver, and associated apparatus so connected as to permit sending and/or receiving telephone messages.
A phone or device, which can be used in conjunction with a telephone system. A station is usually a digital phone made specifically for a brand of phone system. AKA â€“ telephone extension.
A particular provider of television, with a transmitter in a particular location and timezone.
One or more transmitters or receivers, or a combination of transmitters and receivers, including the accessory equipment, necessary at one location for carrying on a radiocommunication service. Fr: station
In the telephonic sense a station is any place where a telephone is fitted. It may be a single instrument on a direct exchange line, an extension telephone, a PBX extension or whatever. It was and is a convenient term in BPO and BT parlance that mops up all kinds of telephone that can be counted singly. Incidentally, when the word ‘Station' appeared on a BPO dial label, this was only for a telephone connected to a PAX or else for one of the instruments that made up a house exchange system.
A peripheral device of the switch, a station is any piece of equipment connected to a switch over a phone line. Examples are telephone sets, fax machines, computers with add-in telephony cards, and answering machines.
Telecommunications end-user location. Usually dedicated to a single-user location and function (e.g., a telephone or computer hookup work area outlet).
Simply another word for telephone. For example, the telephone station may be one of many extensions on a PBX system.