antenna efficiency

antenna efficiency

[an′ten·ə i‚fish·ən·sē]
(electromagnetism)
The ratio of the amount of power radiated into space by an antenna to the total energy received by the antenna.
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Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- A nanoantenna capable of providing the most antenna efficiency and radiative decay rate was designed by the Iranian researchers at Persian Gulf University, Bushehr.
Antenna efficiency is the power input of the antenna relative to the power that is actually transmitted.
How deep the penetration depends on exact frequency, signal power level, antenna efficiency and the makeup of the urban structures in the path.
The ClearLink 5800 antenna provides this new design flexibility while utilizing half as much internal space as market alternatives -- all while maintaining high antenna efficiency at an attractive price.
Generally, an antenna's performance is characterized by antenna efficiency or gain.
This improves antenna efficiency or gain, and reduces potential interference from other radio sources.
The Si4010's antenna tuning circuit continuously maximizes antenna efficiency by adjusting an on-chip variable capacitor to resonate with the antenna's inductance.
Traditionally, OTA testing focused on Single-Input-Single-Output (SISO) devices by only measuring power and antenna efficiency.
The solution meets or exceeds the MBRAI specification for antenna efficiency over the entire UHF bandwidth of operation.
In vehicles and buildings, antenna efficiency is paramount compared to polarization, and this is where the small form factor GPS antenna delivers value-added performance.
Each feed accesses the antenna as if it consisted of multiple antennas, each with high isolation, low correlation, and high per-feed antenna efficiency.