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radome

(ray -dohm) A protective covering over a radio antenna that is transparent to radio waves at the frequency in use.

radome

[′rā‚dōm]
(electromagnetism)
A strong, thin shell, made from a dielectric material that is transparent to radio-frequency radiation, and used to house a radar antenna, or a space communications antenna of similar structure.

radome

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The protective weatherproof covering of a radar antenna. A radome is strong, electrically transparent, made of lightweight honeycomb materials, and does not interfere with the reception or the transmission of electromagnetic (EM) signals.
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Key features include Powerwave's integrated remote electrical tilt (iRET) functionality under one antenna radome, which delivers maximum performance, improved aesthetics, and eliminates installation and reliability issues that can occur with typical exterior remote electrical tilt modules.
Additional options include fixed electrical tilt support, as well as integrated remote electrical tilt (iRET) functionality under one antenna radome.
The product is the newest member of Powerwave's innovative iRET antenna line, which integrates remote electrical tilt functionality under the antenna radome for enhanced performance and improved aesthetics, while eliminating installation and reliability issues that can occur with typical exterior RET modules.
The antenna is the next iteration of Powerwave's innovative i-RET antenna product line, which integrates remote electrical tilt functionality under the antenna radome, delivering maximized functionality and improved aesthetics, while eliminating installation and reliability issues that can occur with typical exterior RET modules.

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