narrow-beam antenna

narrow-beam antenna

[′nar·ō ¦bēm an′ten·ə]
(electromagnetism)
An antenna which radiates most of its power in a cone having a radius of only a few degrees.
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The AIReach system implemented in a point-to-point configuration can easily be converted to multipoint simply by changing the base station antenna from a narrow-beam antenna focused on one remote site to a 90-degree antenna capable of connecting to dozens of remote sites.
SpotLight GSM is designed to increase GSM network capacity by reducing cell site and network interference levels using a narrow-beam antenna and beam-switching technology.
The SpotLight system is comprised of a narrow-beam antenna array, fast scan receivers, a proprietary RF switch matrix, and a linear power amplifier (LPA) suite.
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