fish-bone antenna

fish-bone antenna

[′fish ‚bōn an‚ten·ə]
(electromagnetism)
Antenna consisting of a series of coplanar elements arranged in collinear pairs, loosely coupled to a balanced transmission line.
Directional antenna in the form of a plane array of doublets arranged transversely along both sides of a transmission line.
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