driven element

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driven element

[¦driv·ən ′el·ə·mənt]
(electromagnetism)
An antenna element that is directly connected to the transmission line.
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The engine is liquid cooled through an Active radiator and the cooling package includes an MP centrifugal pump and Aeroquip hoses.
This article describes the basis and principles of high efficiency active radiators. First, the relation between power amplifiers and microstrip patch antennas is presented.
In a similar way this fact has caused the development of active antennas and, more specifically, active radiators. Some authors have tried to unify the concept of high efficiency in power amplifiers associated with antennas.