stacked array

stacked array

[′stakt ə′rā]
(electromagnetism)
An array in which the antenna elements are stacked one above the other and connected in phase to increase the gain.
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Bright Laser Source with High-Power Single Mode Emitting Diode Laser Stacked Array Assembly and Fiber Coupling" on Monday, January 24 from 11:40 a.
Kip's Bay: The Body and Its Discontents, 1964, for example, is a stacked array of little boxes with medical terms on them, somewhat in the spirit of Flux-boxes and of certain early analytical works by Robert Smithson.