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driven element

[¦driv·ən ′el·ə·mənt]
(electromagnetism)
An antenna element that is directly connected to the transmission line.
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The combat, weapon trees and graphics are similar to Assassin's Creed: Origins with a completely new feature and a first for an Assassin's Creed - an RPG style story driven element. You will be able to pick an answer and drive the story yourself.
3 is shown an example for applying the Reuleaux method for the development of the geared linkage structure considering alternative one element as frame, one as drive and another as driven element.
The choice of the top-hat shape for driven element is based on the study considering which geometric shape offers a smaller size for the same resonant frequency, and at the same time offers better antenna performance in terms of bandwidth and gain.
The most famous one called "EZ" small antenna [9] [12] [16] [17] generally employs electric monopole or semi loop as driven element and epsilon negative (ENG) metamaterial or capacitively loaded loop (CLL) as parasitic element, but it always seem to be too cumbersome to assemble on aircraft and other unmanned vehicle.
Which carries driven element composed of typically folded dipole or a dipole and its parasitic parameter known to be an reflector and based on many directors.
YAGI-UDA arrays of classical electric dipole antennas are famous and widely used [1-3], because they provide a high gain and have a simple structure with only one driven element. However, the classical Yagi array of dipole antennas has a high profile (about half wavelength) if it is set for generating vertical polarization.
The traditional Yagi-Uda antenna normally consists of three parts: a driven element, reflector and a series of directors, as shown in Figure 1.
Follow the conventional Yagi-Uda antenna, three different rings are named as director, driven element and reflector respectively in this paper.
When preloaded against a driven element, this confers a motive force.
The storyboard driven element of the programme also allows for spontaneous humour to be incorporated.
1) (Collins, 2009; Voss, 2007): Load--the magnitude, direction and sense of the resistant forces applied to the driven element of a NC axis; Orientation of the motion axis, the movement plane and potential obstacles in the movement plane; Speed, acceleration and deceleration along with inertia forces applied to the moving element of the NC axis; Travel--stroke, stroke length, actuation elements; Accuracy--accuracy in positioning and repeatability in the final index position; Environmental--ambient temperature, lubrication conditions, presence of corrosive agents; Work cycle--the ratio of non--operating and operating time and influence of non--thermal effects on the static and dynamic behaviour of the IR's components and assemblies.
"Historically, compliance has been viewed as the process driven element of tax accounting which, although necessary, is a legislative burden on the tax function," she said.