What does BFO mean in Academic & Science?
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Beat Frequency Oscillator
ANN MORROW LINDBERG'S BOOK, 'Listen the Wind' was written after the ILL-FATED END to their air journey, 'North to the Orient' when the black painted Lockheed 'Sirrius' [ Edo-floated ] seaplane capsized in the waters of the Yangtze River in China: Her husband, Charles A. Lindberg known as the 'Lone Eagle' captivated the world with his 1927 solo flight from Roosevelt Field in New York to Le Bourjet aerodrome near Paris. His 'special-designed, special-built' Ryan monoplane was 'spec' constructed by Ryan Aviation in St. Louis, Missouri. Lindberg's achievement brought him the $25,000 prize money for the 'first solo flight' over the Atlantic' from New York to Paris: YE ED, FMF WB8AXI, 09/09/2013
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BFO also stands for:
- Bad Frequency Obscurer
- Balanced Forearm Orthosis
- Basic Formal Ontology
- Beat Frequecy Oscillator
- Beat Frequency Oscillation
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