Base station

a unit functioning as a transmitter and receiver of broadcasting or other signals, as in connection with a cb radio or mobile phone.
contemporary examples

fitbark, available for preorder ($69 for one device, $109 for one device and a base station), is more of a community device.
fitness gadgets … for your dog megan humphreys february 17, 2014

a fixed transmitter that forms part of an otherwise mobile radio network

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