microwave antenna


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microwave antenna

[′mī·krə‚wāv an′ten·ə]
(electromagnetism)
A combination of an open-end waveguide and a parabolic reflector or horn, used for receiving and transmitting microwave signal beams at microwave repeater stations.
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Covering an area of around five thousand square meters, with capability to grow, the plant will focus primarily on the manufacture of RFS microwave antenna systems for various global and domestic companies in this line including NEC group, which is a global leader in the provision of microwave radio solutions, and a major provider of end-to-end radio link networks in the booming mobile telecoms markets of APAC - such as India, Bangladesh, Vietnam and Indonesia.
The innovative microwave antenna design enables the therapeutic heating length to be tailored to match the tumor size.
Linking the network to the two-foot microwave antenna atop the van was a standard 10Base-T cable.
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We already have one facility in India; a microwave antenna factory at Kolkata which is up and running.
Now we find that a mobile company has applied to erect a microwave antenna under the exempt provisions of the Telecommunications Act without consultation and right in the centre of the village, simply by notifying Kirklees Planning.
A NEW bra which, using a microwave antenna, can spot signs of breast cancer is being developed by scientists, and that's about the only encouraging bit of news I've heard on the subject this week.
Verizon's COLT incorporates two retractable masts, emergency power generator, microwave antenna to connect network components, small office and resources for emergencies and is able to process thousands of calls each hour.
A microwave antenna successfully refocused the signals back to the microwave antenna that had emitted them, says Geoffroy Lerosey, a member of the team.
His research interests include EM simulation and microwave antenna design.
Cellular providers have more options for handling the growing problem of network overload thanks to a ground-breaking microwave antenna solution from CommScope.

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