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BEACON

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Boston Exchange Automated Communication Order-Routing Network

A computerized system allowing for the automatic execution of orders on any exchange in the United States at the consolidated market price.
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BEACON

A Boston Stock Exchange computerized system for automatically executing orders for stocks listed on any of the U.S. securities exchanges. Executions are made based on the prices posted in the consolidated market. Also called Boston Exchange Automated Communications Order-Routing Network.
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406 MHz EPIRB with GPS (Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacon)
An emergency radio beacon was activated but Martin Johnstone, 29, from Halkirk, Caithness, and Chris Morrison, 27, of Stornoway, drowned before rescue crews arrived.
considered the uncertain model parameters and the measurement biases by using consider Kalman filter (also called Schmidt-Kalman filter) [17-19] and analyzed the sensitivity of the parameter uncertainties based on the robust desensitized extended Kalman filter [20] under the radio beacon navigation schemes during Mars atmospheric entry.
At 10.58 a signal from the vessel's distress radio beacon was received.
The enemy radar and radio beacon facilities at Dwarka were aiding the enemy aircraft in attacking Karachi from the seaward side.
The pulsar's radio beacon vanished, while at the same time the system brightened fivefold in gamma rays, the most powerful form of light, according to measurements by NASA's Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope.
He was wearing survival gear, and his radio beacon broadcast his exact location.
Honeywell already is subject to an FAA action involving a radio beacon it sells that is suspected of causing a fire on a Boeing 787 Dreamliner earlier this year.
It is understood Delord had all necessary safety equipment, including an Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacon (EPIRB), satellite phone, VHF radio and a survival suit, when he hit the rough weather.
The Moletrac kit employs an impact-resistant radio beacon and handheld electronic receiver that displays tool information.