aural radio range

aural radio range
звуковий радіомаяк

Англійсько-український словник авіаційних термінів / Уклад.: Р.О. Гільченко. - К.: НАУ. 2009.

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  • visual-aural (radio) range — ☆ visual aural (radio) range or visual aural range [vizh′o͞oəlôr′əl ] n. a radio range that sends out signals as an aid to air navigation; esp., a very high frequency range that beams four signals, two for reception by the ear and two for viewing …   English World dictionary

  • visual-aural (radio) range — ☆ visual aural (radio) range or visual aural range [vizh′o͞oəlôr′əl ] n. a radio range that sends out signals as an aid to air navigation; esp., a very high frequency range that beams four signals, two for reception by the ear and two for viewing …   English World dictionary

  • visual-aural radio range — noun or visual aural range : a radio aid to air navigation by which a pilot determines if he is on course by either an appropriate aural signal, a meter reading, or both …   Useful english dictionary

  • visual-aural range — noun see visual aural radio range …   Useful english dictionary

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