stacked loops

stacked loops

[′stakt ′lüps]
(electromagnetism)
Two or more loop antennas arranged above each other on a vertical supporting structure and connected in phase to increase the gain. Also known as vertically stacked loops.
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Since bacterial chromosomes usually come in circles, this theory invokes pictures of stacked loops of DNA, resembling a roll of hard candies, and so has earned the name the Life Saver hypothesis.