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meander

an ornamental pattern, esp as used in ancient Greek architecture

Meander

A running ornament consisting of a fret design with many involved turnings and an intricate variety of designs.

Meander

 

a common geometric design consisting of a line winding in and out at right angles. The meander was widely used in ancient Greek art. Its name derives from the winding Maeander River (now the Büyükmenderes) in Asia Minor.

meander

[mē′an·dər]
(hydrology)
A sharp, sinuous loop or curve in a stream, usually part of a series.
(oceanography)
A deviation of the flow pattern of a current.

fret

1. An ornament, sometimes painted, incised, or raised and formed of short fillets, bands, or reglets variously combined, frequently consisting of continuous lines arranged in rectangular forms; a meander; a Greek key.
2. Similar ornamentation in which the fillets intersect at oblique angles, as often in Oriental designs.

labyrinth fret, key pattern, meander

labyrinth fret
A fret with many involved turnings.
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In Figures 6(a)-(d), the surface currents are mainly concentrated at the meandered monopole.
As the CRLH-TL unit cell, meandered monopole and CPW feeding mechanism are implemented on the same plane, fabrication of the proposed antenna is very easy to use a single-layer metallization process.
The y-directed currents along the horizontal sections of the meandered-line strip and the meandered monopole have a contribution to the cross-polarization in the E-plane, which make the co- and cross-polarization components have comparable magnitude, especially at 1.
By combining the CRLH-TL unit cell with a meandered monopole, four distinct operating bands which can meet the requirements for Compass B3, 5.
In order to investigate the influence of the slot width which is related to the gap capacitance, the whole dimension of the meandered resonator was kept constant to 20 x [12 mm.
8 GHz because of the resonance of the whole meandered slot path.
Compared to the other topologies, the meandered resonator possesses a wide rejection bandwidth in frequency characteristics.
In order to compensate the frequency movement resulting from the above techniques, two rectangular-head slots, giving an increase in the inductance, are added at the two terminals of the meandered slot for purpose of frequency reduction.