coil antenna

coil antenna

[′kȯil an′ten·ə]
(electromagnetism)
An antenna that consists of one or more complete turns of wire.
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The MAG 1000 can be used for both vertical and horizontal plane testing by simply rotating the coil antenna in its mounting on the included stand.
department of Upper Atmosphere) for the construction of special coil antenna and technical help, J.
The scientists used 3D printing of cells and nanoparticles followed by cell culture to combine a small coil antenna with cartilage, creating what they term a bionic ear.
headquartered in the Netherlands, is similar to the proximity card in that it does not need a battery, consists of a chip and coil antenna, and uses RF energy to power the chip and send and receive data.
The Antenex B1322W Wideband Mobile Antenna complements our expanding line of advanced mobile coil antenna products," said Bill Bowman, marketing director, Antenex.
To avoid the situation, the loop of coil antenna has been retuned in the presence of our cylindrical rolled-up MM lens by the clinical researchers in the First Affiliated Hospital of College of Medicine, Zhejiang University (China).
Since the accuracy requirements of the coil antennas are relatively high, the meshes applied to them are very dense, while the meshes applied to the steel rails and the roadbed are a little sparse, as shown in Figure 4.
Nie, "Electromagnetic field of arbitrarily oriented coil antennas in coplex underground environment," Progress In Electromagnetics Research B, Vol.
In this paper, to assure an optimum signal transfer between the capsule antenna and the receiver antenna placed respectively inside and outside the human body, in-body and on-body small magnetic coil antennas operating at 40 MHz are first designed.
5 cm seems to be a limit of the near field inductive coupling between the TX and RX coil antennas in the muscle.
These low values are essentially due to the small dimensions of the coil antennas, particularly the transmitter capsule antenna.