Mast Antenna

Mast Antenna

 

an antenna in which a metal mast is the radiator of radio waves. The mast is erected on an insulated or grounded base that is supported by guy wires that are insulated from the mast and ground.

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Site preparation and connection objects to the network, - The construction of the main building with a capacity of 10 569,50 m3 and mast antenna height 24
Navy to design, test and manufacture an upgraded Multifunction Mast Antenna System to improve submarine communications.
Specific programs to be supported under this contract include the Common Submarine Radio Room, Submarine Satellite Communications Program, High Data Rate (HDR) Submarine Antenna, Multi-Function Mast Antenna and the Extremely Low Frequency Program.
For users who want the flexibility and reliability of Iridium on their boat while docked or on the open water, the Motorola Satellite Series(a) 9520 mobile phone features a small form factor and an optional Fixed Mast antenna that can be mounted above deck.
The team was selected by the Naval Undersea Warfare Center in July 1999 to supply the OE-538-BRC Multi-Function Mast Antenna system under a Full Scale Production (FSP) contract.
SRTM's role in space history was honored with a display of the mission's canister and mast antenna at the Smithsonian Institution's Udvar-Hazy Center, Chantilly, Va.
An in-glass antenna replaces the exterior mast antenna.
Sub HDR links submariners to the Global Broadcast Service, the Milstar satellite constellation, and the Defense Satellite Communication System, via a unique mast antenna that connects them to the above-sea world.
AMSC currently has a number of phone configurations available including a Mitsubishi transportable satellite phone, a Westinghouse land mobile phone with mast antenna, a Westinghouse fixed site satellite phone, and a maritime unit.
This year, for improved radio and phone reception, S-Class vehicles have an AM antenna in the rear window and an FM antenna integrated in the rear bumper, while the automatic mast antenna is now dedicated to the cellular phone.
Lightsticks are handy for marking just about anything--guy wires on mast antennas, landing strips, mine fields, birthday cakes, you name it.