conical helix

conical helix

[′kän·ə·kəl ′hē·liks]
(mathematics)
A curve that lies on a cone and cuts all the elements of the cone at the same angle.
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And if the loop radius changes continuously, an ultra-wideband will be obtained, such as conical helix antenna [29] and spherical helix antenna.
Kashani, "Design of a wideband monopulse antenna using four conical helix antennas," Progress In Electromagnetics Research Letters, Vol.
Z] and co corresponding to the CNC axes X, Z and C the equations of a conical helix are obtained based on eq.