curtain rhombic antenna

curtain rhombic antenna

[′kərt·ən ′räm·bik an′ten·ə]
(electromagnetism)
A multiple-wire rhombic antenna having a constant input impedance over a wide frequency range; two or more conductors join at the feed and terminating ends but are spaced apart vertically from 1 to 5 feet (30 to 150 centimeters) at the side poles.