aircraft antenna

aircraft antenna

[′er‚kraft an′ten·ə]
(electronics)
An airborne device used to detect or radiate electromagnetic waves.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Dependence of error probability for a BPSK modulation scheme on satellite and aircraft antennas diameter: circles - with convolutional coding (rate 3/4, constraint length K = 7); receiver noise temperature is 20 K (dashed lines) and 290 K (solid lines); phase and frequency offsets are equal to zero; HPA back-off level is 7 dB; free space path loss is 250 dB; satellite phase noise is negligible
Dependence of error probability for a BPSK modulation scheme on the diameter of satellite and aircraft antennas: dots indicate values without coding, circles--with convolutional coding (rate 3/4, constraint length K = 7); 20 K noise temperatures of satellite and ground receivers are indicated by solid lines and 290 K by dashed lines; phase and frequency offsets are equal to zero; HPAs back-off level is 7 dB, free space path loss is 160 dB; satellite transponder phase noise is negligible
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