antenna pair

antenna pair

[an′ten·ə ‚per]
(electromagnetism)
Two antennas located on a base line of accurately surveyed length, sometimes arranged so that the array may be rotated around an axis at the center of the base line; used to produce directional patterns and in direction finding.
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They determine how many different spatial streams of traffic can be sent at one time to improve signal reception (a separate radio and antenna pair is required for each data stream sent and received).
Equipped with its own ground plane and standard connector cables, the antenna pair can be easily mounted inside a notebook or portable device with minimal interaction with the host system.
In such a system, each antenna is combined electronically with every other antenna to form a multitude of antenna pairs.
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