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Synonyms for localize

identify the location or place of

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concentrate on a particular place or spot

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restrict something to a particular area

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Localizers must ensure content effectiveness by tuning stories that are perceived, and received, in a natural way by local customers in light of their experience standards and requirements.
Localizers should also think about delivering stories that are more integrated with the real lives of customers, who move physically and digitally more than ever before.
If the pilot is attempting to fly along the localizer in the opposite direction of its orientation, he is flying the back course.
"A key factor in the length of service outage is whether the site conditions allow for construction of the new localizer antenna without disrupting the operation of the original antenna."
Gary Larson, a seasoned localizer, who has lived in Japan for over 25 years and been involved in localization since the late 1980s, says that he learns everything about the product he is localizing.
Step one with this chart review is boning up on the whole Localizer Directional Aid (LDA) concept.
Given through the Federal Aviation Administration, the grant enables the airport to learn how to move the instrumental landing system localizer out of the runway safety area.
An ILS has four components: localizer and glideslope transmitters, marker beacons and an approach light system.
The two localizers must be on different frequencies.
Take the service volume limits for a localizer. Rifling through the mental recycle bin may remind you that signal coverage extends 35 degrees either side of centerline to 10 miles and within 10 degrees of centerline to 18 miles.
Descend and maintain 2100." You know the localizer back course to the same runway gives you slightly lower minimums, and this will be tight, so you request it.
A close study of the ILS or LOC Rwy 6 at Nantucket, Mass., reveals the localizer frequency of 109.1 has an ident of I-RNE.
You'll need the localizer after you cross NETTE, so set the localizer frequency of 111.5 and the HSI course arrow to 339 degrees.
Just pull up a localizer or GPS approach to the runway you're cleared for and activate the vectors-to-final mode to give yourself a handy display of an extended centerline.