wave antenna

wave antenna

[′wāv an‚ten·ə]
(electromagnetism)
Directional antenna composed of a system of parallel, horizontal conductors, varying from a half to several wavelengths long, terminated to ground at the far end in its characteristic impedance.
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The multiplexer that Mittleman and his colleagues have been working on makes use of what's known as a leaky wave antenna.
Also available in this new release is Pasternack's new omni-directional millimeter wave antenna (PE-W15A001), a vertically polarized WR-15 waveguide connected antenna using a standard UG387/U flange that operates between 58 GHz and 63 GHz.
He bought the Winegard Flat Wave Antenna we wrote about to bring in free channels.
The two UHF band antennas include a small circular polarized wave antenna A, which is good for short distance transmission of 10 cm (at the maximum), and a direct polarized antenna B, good for long distance transmission of 30 cm (at the maximum).
on Level 3, Marina Bay Sands Expo and Convention Centre - Dipesh Rattan, product line manager, Microwave Systems, will share insight on the continuing improvements in microwave and millimetre wave antenna systems and how ill-formed cost cutting strategies can negatively impact the performance of advanced wireless backhaul networks.
An "Earth-planet" or "Earth-star" couplet can be considered as a gravitational wave antenna.
Rashaunda Henderson, assistant professor of electrical engineering and a TxACE member, secured about $324,000 from the Office of Naval Research to build a millimeter wave antenna far-field measurement system.
Smartwaves International, a private firm, designs and develops a wide range of state-of-the-art RF, microwave and millimeter wave antenna and front end products for the wireless market.
Contract Awarded for travelling wave antenna design
4GHz RF IC, low power 8-bit microcontroller, ZigBee networking software and 1/4 wave antenna, and can transmit data up to 250Kbps over a distance of 75 meters per hop.