bowtie antenna

bowtie antenna

[′bō‚tī an‚ten·ə]
(electromagnetism)
An antenna that consists of two triangular pieces of stiff wire or two triangular flat metal plates, arranged in the configuration of a bowtie, with the feed point at the gap between the apexes of the triangles.
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While traditional bowtie antennas lack the ability to operate over the full UWB range, a double-sided printed bow-tie antenna was introduced with bandwidth exceeding the required 3.