low-frequency antenna

low-frequency antenna

[′lō ‚frē·kwən·sē an′ten·ə]
(electromagnetism)
An antenna designed to transmit or receive radiation at frequencies of less than about 300 kilohertz.
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The researchers recommend using a low-frequency antenna for future studies.
Furthermore, when rebuilding the aircraft after her first failed transworld effort, Earhart chose not to reattach a low-frequency antenna that might have allowed her to navigate by radio beacon.
The neighboring Lac Courte Oreilles Chippewa of northwest Wisconsin want to know if electromagnetic fields from the Navy's Project ELF, an extremely low-frequency antenna, is causing such problems.
The original SLQ-32 low-frequency antenna uses amplitude comparison to determine angle of arrival.
As CNET reports, the SKA will include more than 132,000 low-frequency antennas in Australia and hundreds of dishes in South Africa, creating a total area of 1 square kilometre.
Electrically small, low-frequency antennas fabricated from superconductor materials have been demonstrated.

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