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  • beacon — ► NOUN 1) a fire lit on the top of a hill as a signal. 2) a light serving as a signal for ships or aircraft. 3) a radio transmitter signalling the position of a ship or aircraft. ORIGIN Old English, «sign, portent, ensign» …   English terms dictionary

  • beacon — [bē′kən] n. [ME beken < OE beacen, becen < Gmc * baukna, prob. < IE * bhāu , var. of base * bhā , to gleam, shine > Gr phainein, to show, appear] 1. a signal fire, esp. one on a hill, pole, etc. 2. any light or radio signal for… …   English World dictionary

  • Beacon (disambiguation) — The term beacon can refer to several things:* Beacon, traditionally a fire lit on a hill to attract attention. * Electric beacon, a type of beacon used with direction finding equipment to find one s relative location * Aerodrome beacon, a… …   Wikipedia

  • Aircraft emergency frequency — The aircraft emergency frequency (also known as guard) is a frequency used on the aircraft radio band reserved for emergency communications for aircraft in distress. The frequencies are 121.5 MHz for civilian, also known as International Air… …   Wikipedia

  • beacon — bea|con [ˈbi:kən] n [: Old English; Origin: beacen sign ] 1.) a light that is put somewhere to warn or guide people, ships, vehicles, or aircraft 2.) a radio or ↑radar signal used by aircraft or boats to help them find their position and… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • beacon — noun (C) 1 a special tower with a bright light, or a floating object that sends signals, used to warn boats that they are near the shore 2 a light that is put somewhere to warn or guide people, vehicles, or aircraft 3 a radio or radar signal used …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • Beacon Batch — Infobox Mountain Name = Beacon Batch Photo = beacon batch lowres.jpg Caption = A view across Black Down from Beacon Batch in the Mendip Hills Elevation = 325 m (1,068 ft) Location = Mendip Hills, England Range = Prominence = c. 241 m Parent peak …   Wikipedia

  • beacon — UK [ˈbiːkən] / US [ˈbɪkən] noun [countable] Word forms beacon : singular beacon plural beacons 1) a bright light or fire that shines in the dark and is used as a signal to warn people against danger or to show them the way somewhere a) a tower or …   English dictionary

  • beacon — I. noun Etymology: Middle English beken, from Old English bēacen sign; akin to Old High German bouhhan sign Date: 14th century 1. a signal fire commonly on a hill, tower, or pole 2. a. a lighthouse or other signal for guidance b. a radio… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • beacon — bea|con [ bikən ] noun count 1. ) a bright light or fire that shines in the dark and is used as a signal to warn people against danger or to show them the way somewhere a ) a tower or floating object with a bright light on it that warns boats… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • Aircraft Ship Integrated Secure and Traverse — The Aircraft Ship Integrated Secure and Traverse (ASIST) system was developed by Canadian company Indal Technologies. ASIST completed sea trials by July 31 1992 and production units are in operation with the Chilean Navy, Republic of Singapore… …   Wikipedia

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