Yagi-Uda antenna


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Yagi-Uda antenna

[′yäg·ē ′üd·ə an‚ten·ə]
(electromagnetism)
An end-fire antenna array having maximum radiation in the direction of the array line; it has one dipole connected to the transmission line and a number of equally spaced unconnected dipoles mounted parallel to the first in the same horizontal plane to serve as directors and reflectors. Also known as Uda antenna; Yagi antenna.
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A standard Yagi-Uda antenna is made up of a set of parallel metal rods that gradually decrease in length.
Yang-Ha-Park [3] and Dong-Gi-Youn designed and manufactured microstrip patch dipole and Yagi-Uda antennas mainly used in the existing rectenna and then analyzed the RF-DC conversion efficiency of wireless power transmission.