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Yagi antenna

[′yäg·ē an‚ten·ə]
(electromagnetism)

yagi antenna

yagi antenna
A stacked array of yagi antennas.
A type of directional antenna used on some types of radar and radio equipment. It consists of an array of elemental, single-wire dipole antennae and reflectors.
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The following unused/abandoned equipment as shown in two photographs (Exhibit A), are to be removed from the site and property disposed of: L S 1 $________ Qty 3 individual Yagi antennas, formerly used by a cable television tenant.
Poehler, "A new method for obtaining maximum gain from Yagi antennas," IRE Trans.
Two vertically stacked multilayered Yagi antennas with single and dual polarizations were presented in [10], the high gain was obtained by increasing the number of the layers.
3 gives another example of three Yagi antennas and two patch antennas mounted on a MIG29 plane.
Six crews equipped with radio receivers and three element Yagi antennas (Wildlife Materials Ltd.
Sinclair has chosen to coat its Yagi antennas with either anodized or alodined coatings when they are designated for oil and gas implementations.
The kit includes two OR-500 Radio Backbone Termination Nodes, two Yagi antennas and all of the cables and accessories needed, according to the company.
The models ASP-998 and ASPG998 Yagi antennas provide broadband coverage for the 806 to 894 and 890 to 960 MHz frequency ranges, respectively, eliminating field tuning.
The null antenna array consisted of two, four-element, directional yagi antennas (Advanced Telemetry Systems, Inc.
PCTEL provides parabolic antennas, ruggedized antennas, Yagi antennas, military antennas, precision aviation antennas and other high performance antennas for many applications.
Yagi antennas have been utilized in industrial, scientific, and medical (ISM) applications at 2.
Varied antennas, such as monopole antennas [18,19], Yagi antennas [20,21], patch antennas [22-25] and array antennas [26-29] are designed for certain kinds of radiating target by GA optimization.