cross antenna

cross antenna

[′krȯs an‚ten·ə]
(electromagnetism)
An array of two or more horizontal antennas connected to a single feed line and arranged in the pattern of a cross.
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Nokia EdenNet modules, including Capacity and Coverage Optimization (CCO), Cross Antenna Detection and Automated Neighbor Relations (ANR), help the service provider effectively address congestion and avoid service degradations.
Hecht, "Near-field polarization shaping by a near-resonant plasmonic cross antenna," Physical Review B, Vol.
Roederer, "The cross antenna: a new low-profile circularly polarized radiator," IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation, vol.