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Public-images-osm logo.svg airmark = beacon
Air navigation beacon, Ottringham - geograph.org.uk - 1719383.jpg
Description
Base tag for beacons used in aerial radio navigation
Used on these elements
may be used on nodesshould not be used on waysshould not be used on areasshould not be used on relations
Useful combination
See also
Status: In use

Radio navigation beacons support the different radio aeronautical navigational systems that help pilots guide their aircraft during flight. These facilities are particularly useful during bad weather (like fog, or low cloud), and for flights operating under Wikipedia-16px.png IFR.

Those include:

  • NDB Non-Directional Beacon
  • VOR VHF Omnidirectional Radio Range
  • DVOR Doppler VHF Omnidirectional Radio Range
  • ILS Instrument landing system
  • TACAN Tactical Air Navigation
  • DME Distance Measuring Equipment

For visual navigation systems use aeroway=navigationaid.

How to Map

Place a node Node at the location of the beacon, and tag with airmark=beacon.

Tagging

Examples

Photo Tags beacon:type Description
EDDV-ILS 09R Glideslope.jpg
Glide path
airmark=beacon
beacon:type=ILS
beacon:frequency=*
ILS Wikipedia-16px.png ILS
VOR-DME (LBE) Haselau 02.jpg
VHF Omni Directional Radio Range
airmark=beacon
beacon:type=VOR
beacon:code=*
beacon:frequency=*
VOR Wikipedia-16px.png VOR
D-VOR PEK.JPG
D-VOR Antenna (circle with 50 antennas)
airmark=beacon
beacon:type=DVOR
beacon:code=*
beacon:frequency=*
DVOR Wikipedia-16px.png DVOR
DVOR-DME Roding in Wiesenfelden.JPG
DVOR-DME
airmark=beacon
beacon:type=DVOR;DME
beacon:code=*
beacon:frequency=*
DME Wikipedia-16px.png DME
NDB KI.jpg

Non-directional beacon
airmark=beacon
beacon:type=NDB
beacon:code=*
beacon:frequency=*
NDB Wikipedia-16px.png NDB
TACAN Antenna.jpg

Tactical Air Navigation System
airmark=beacon
beacon:type=TACAN
beacon:code=*
beacon:channel=*
TACAN Wikipedia-16px.png TACAN

Past usage

There was no clear standard of tagging various navigation aid systems in the past. Therefore our data consumers should expect to find these systems marked with any of these tags:

Also the type of the system was often referenced by key type=*.

See also