biconical antenna


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biconical antenna

[bī′kän·ə·kəl an′ten·ə]
(electromagnetism)
An antenna consisting of two metal cones having a common axis with their vertices coinciding or adjacent and with coaxial-cable or waveguide feed to the vertices.
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To measure the Polarization of receiving electromagnet waves, dual polarization Omni antenna and biconical antenna were installed as the figure 13.
Using several feed probes, higher-order modes were excited in a biconical antenna in [7].
Two equipotential surfaces of equal and opposite potentials are thus generated defines the profile of the biconical antenna.
8GHz-5 GHz Number of 1601 frequency points Antenna Biconical antenna (Electrometrics EM-6116) Transmitter Power 20 dBm Dynamic Range > 100dB Position in the 12 positions every 3cm transverse plane ([lambda]/2 at 5GHz) Positions along the From 50 m to 202 m every 4 m longitudinal axis From 202 m to 500 m every 6 m Number of acquisitions 5 at each position
Emissions and Susceptibility Tests Equipment Description Receiver/Spectrum Analyzer 10 kHz to 1 GHz; frequency range covers [+ or -]90% of the problems for a non-RF EUT Low-noise preamp if spectrum analyzer is used Biconical Antenna Usable from 10 MHz to 500 MHz; selection based on EUT's problem frequencies.
The lower frequency band uses a biconical antenna while the higher frequency band uses a log-periodic antenna (although the range from 30 to 1000 MHz can also be handled with a single broadband antenna).
The English physicist Sir Oliver Lodge constructed a biconical antenna in 1897, and Guglielmo Marconi popularized the single cone operating against a ground plane in the early 1900s.
In order to improve or develop some biconical antenna it is necessary to understand the evolution of electromagnetic fields inside it.
The bow-tie antenna, like the biconical antenna, requires to be fed via 300 [ohm] balanced transmission line [23].
Ameri, "Novel biconical antenna configuration with directive radiation," Journal of Electromagnetic Waves and Applications, Vol.
The large bow-tie structure at the rear of the AC-220 measures 50" x 25", similar to the overall dimensions of the Model AB-900, a biconical antenna with a 30-MHz to 300-MHz frequency range.
One popular form of omnidirectional antenna, useful in surveillance applications, is the biconical antenna and its numerous variations.