cylindrical array

cylindrical array

[sə′lin·drə·kəl ə′rā]
(electronics)
An electronic scanning antenna that may consist of several hundred columns of vertical dipoles mounted in cylindrical radomes arranged in a circle.
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Under the contract, Goodrich will supply three shipsets of cylindrical array sonar support structures and four shipsets of passive ranging and flank array sonar fairings for the submarines.
Here's how Z goes thermonuclear: About the size of a hockey rink, the machine pumps 19 million amperes of electric current through a bracelet-size, cylindrical array of tungsten wires within about 100-billionths of a second.
Goodrich will supply a cylindrical array sonar support structure and four shipsets of passive ranging sonar and flank array sonar fairings for the Spanish Navy's new S-80 diesel submarines, which are being built by Spanish shipbuilder Navantia.
AMANDA's cylindrical array of tubes already exceeds 120 meters in diameter and 400 meters in depth, dwarfing other neutrino detectors, and tubes are still being added.
46), propels a huge electric charge into a hollow cylindrical array of thin wires.
The transducers and other hardware are integrated by EDO into the cylindrical arrays that are mounted in the bow of the ships.
The transducers and other hardware will be integrated by EDO into the cylindrical arrays that are mounted in the bow of the ships.