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Net operation

In telecommunication, net operation is the operation of an organization of stations capable of direct communication on a common channel or frequency.

Note: Net operations (a) allow participants to conduct ordered conferences among participants who usually have common information needs or related functions to perform, (b) are characterized by adherence to standard formats and procedures, and (c) are responsive to a common supervisory station[?], called the "net control station[?]," which permits access to the net and maintains net operational discipline.

Source: from Federal Standard 1037C

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