V antenna[′vē an‚ten·ə]
An antenna having a V-shaped arrangement of conductors fed by a balanced line at the apex; the included angle, length, and elevation of the conductors are proportioned to give the desired directivity. Also spelled vee antenna.
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An antenna for operations in a VHF (very high frequency) band of frequencies. It is V-shaped. This type of antenna is generally used on light aircraft.
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