yagi antenna

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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.
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The null antenna array consisted of two, four-element, directional yagi antennas (Advanced Telemetry Systems, Inc.
Balkenbush and Hallett (1988) used a retractable antenna but did not describe the way in which the single yagi antenna was stored for protection.
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