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radio beam

noun
1.
beam (def 12).
Origin
1920-1925
1920-25
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  • Ie, the radio beam goes out in a horizontal direction is the aerial is vertically orientated.
  • Directional radio beam transmitters are installed on the bridge and aimed toward the center of the channel.
  • Another type that was tried experimentally was the low-frequency radio beam.
  • There will be a plasma screen with a high tech radio beam that goes out to the island.
  • Uses a radio beam that is part of the machine control circuit.
British Dictionary definitions for radio beam

radio beam

noun
1.
a narrow beam of radio signals transmitted by a radio or radar beacon, radio telescope, or some other directional aerial, used for communications, navigation, etc Sometimes shortened to beam
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