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- radin, paul,
- radio astronomy,
- radio beacon,
- radio car,
- radio collar,
- radio compass,
- radio control,
- radio direction finder
Origin of radio beam
First recorded in 1920–25
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a narrow beam of radio signals transmitted by a radio or radar beacon, radio telescope, or some other directional aerial, used for communications, navigation, etcSometimes shortened to: beam
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