Beaconage



a number or system of beacons.
a tax or fee for maintaining beacons.

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    a guiding or warning signal, as a light or fire, especially one in an elevated position. a tower or hill used for such purposes. a lighthouse, signal buoy, etc., on a shore or at a dangerous area at sea to warn and guide vessels. Navigation. radio beacon. a radar device at a fixed location that, […]

  • Beaconing

    a guiding or warning signal, as a light or fire, especially one in an elevated position. a tower or hill used for such purposes. a lighthouse, signal buoy, etc., on a shore or at a dangerous area at sea to warn and guide vessels. Navigation. radio beacon. a radar device at a fixed location that, […]



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    a guiding or warning signal, as a light or fire, especially one in an elevated position. a tower or hill used for such purposes. a lighthouse, signal buoy, etc., on a shore or at a dangerous area at sea to warn and guide vessels. Navigation. radio beacon. a radar device at a fixed location that, […]

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