back lobe

back lobe

[′bak ‚lōb]
(electromagnetism)
The three-dimensional portion of the radiation pattern of a directional antenna that is directed away from the intended direction.
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Since the ultimate goal of any wireless solution is to provide the most comprehensive signal with as few dead spots as possible, engineering a signal that reduces back lobes and clarifies the signals is a significant piece of a successful solution.