coaxial antenna

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coaxial antenna

[kō′ak·sē·əl an′ten·ə]
(electromagnetism)
An antenna consisting of a quarter-wave extension of the inner conductor of a coaxial line and a radiating sleeve that is in effect formed by folding back the outer conductor of the coaxial line for a length of approximately a quarter wavelength.
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The measured and simulated results of the coaxial dipole antennas approximate the characteristics of the two-wire dipole, especially in terms of radiation pattern.
This antenna does not emulate a standard dipole antenna, but it forms the starting point that is used for each of the three later coaxial dipole antennas.
COAXIAL DIPOLE ANTENNA 2 WITH A GAP SPACED A QUARTER-WAVELENGTH BACK