Compass Direction

Science / Tides and Currents / Compass Direction: Direction as indicated by com pass without any correction for compass error. The direction indicated by a compass may differ by a considerable amount from true or magnetic direction.

Other Words for Direction

Direction Adjective Synonyms: directing, aiming, pointing, guiding, guidance, conducting, conduct, instructing, instruction, managing, management, administering, administration, governing, government, supervising, supervision, operating, operation, running, leadership, directorship
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Compass Error

Science / Tides and Currents / Compass Error: The angular difference between a compass direction and the corresponding true direction. The compass error combines the effects of deviation and variation. MORE

True Direction

Science / Tides and Currents / True Direction: Direction relative to true north (0°) which is the direction of the north geographic pole. See compass direction and magnetic direction. MORE

Primary Directions

Science / Astrology / Primary Directions: Originally, a mathematically complicated system of progressing a horoscope based upon the diurnal rotation of the Earth. The term is now loosely applied to any method of advancing house cusps, but usu MORE

Same Direction Tracking

Technology / Radar / Same Direction Tracking: Tracking vehicles from behind or in front of the patrol vehicle going the same direction while the patrol vehicle is moving. All decatur police moving radars and decatur polie radar guns offer same di MORE

Omnidirectional

Technology / Home Audio / Omnidirectional: Literally, from all directions. In audio, microphones are said to be omnidirectional if they can detect sound with equal sensitivity from all directions. Speakers are omnidirectional if they produce s MORE

Non-Directional Beacon (NDB)

Technology / Aviation / Non-Directional Beacon (NDB): An LF, MF, or UHF radio beacon transmitting non-directional signals whereby the pilot of an aircraft equipped with direction finding equipment can determine his bearing to or from the radio beacon and MORE

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