Beacon

Downlink from a spacecraft that immediately indicates the state of the spacecraft as being one of several possible states by virtue of the presence and/or frequency of the subcarrier. See Chapter 10.

beacon

[n] - a fire (usually on a hill or tower) that can be seen from a distance 2. [n] - a tower with a light that gives warning of shoals to passing ships 3. [v] - shine like a beacon 4. [v] - guide with a beacon
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beacon

beacon fire noun a fire (usually on a hill or tower) that can be seen from a distance
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beacon

verb guide with a beacon
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beacon

verb shine like a beacon
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beacon

beacon light noun a tower with a light that gives warning of shoals to passing ships
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BEACON

See: Boston Exchange Automated Communication Order-Routing Network
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Beacon

Message on Linac serial data link flashed by a secondary microprocessor when the link repeater upstream of it fails.
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Beacon

Beacon is British slang for a red nose.
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Beacon

Beacon is British slang for a red nose.
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Beacon

Message on Linac serial data link flashed by a secondary microprocessor when the link repeater upstream of it fails.
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Beacon

Beacon is a variety of apple.
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Beacon

A marked post located on a shoal or bank to warn vessels of danger or to mark a channel. A signal mark on land; a light or radio signal.
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Beacon

A lighted or unlighted fixed aid to navigation attached directly to the earth’s surface. (Lights and daybeacons both constitute beacons.)
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Beacon

A lighted or unlighted fixed aid to navigation attached directly to the earth
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