American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A long-range navigational system in which position is determined by an analysis involving the time intervals between pulsed radio signals from two or more pairs of ground stations of known position.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. (Naut., aviation), acronym A system of electronic navigation in which a vessel or aircraft determines its latitude and longitude by measuring the time differences between low frequency radio transmissions from two stationary transmitters (slaves) and a stationary master transmitter. Contrary to the name, Loran is a medium range system, usually effective for no more than a few hundred miles from shore. The first commercial system was called Loran A; the latest (and final) development is Loran C.
- lo(ng-)ra(nge) n(avigation). (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
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“The provisions of this order shall not be applicable to loran or other sea and air navigation facilities now operated by the Coast Guard, nor to any functions or authority of the Navy Department respecting such facilities.”
“The provisions of this order shall be applicable to loran or other sea and air navigation facilities now operated by the Coast Guard, nor to any functions of the Navy Department respecting such facilities.”
“He listened, pressing a button to activate the loran-relay which would transmit a signal on signal from the base, so the bearing and distance could be computed back at base.”
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