magnetic dipole antenna

magnetic dipole antenna

[mag′ned·ik ′dī‚pōl an‚ten·ə]
(electromagnetism)
Simple loop antenna capable of radiating an electromagnetic wave in response to a circulation of electric current in the loop.
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2(b), port 1 loaded with a magnetic dipole antenna was used as source and port 2 was used as the detector.
The company said that its Agilis A10346 is a small switchable Magnetic Dipole Antenna (MDA) offering dual mode GSM/LTE capabilities and also Wi-FI, Bluetooth and WiMAX in a single structure.
Announces Agilis A10346 Switchable Magnetic Dipole Antenna is capable of supporting Ten Wireless Protocols
Antenova's Agilis A10346 is a small switchable Magnetic Dipole Antenna (MDA) providing global dual-mode GSM/LTE capability plus Wi-Fi([R]), Bluetooth([R]) and WiMAX([TM]) in a single structure.
Isolated Magnetic Dipole Antenna Used in the Development of the World's Smallest GPS Applied Equipment
Similar to the principles found in seismic systems, the RIM-IV's use of magnetic dipole antennas (transmission and receiver) give users the ability to survey changes in attenuation rates and phase shifts, enabling mine owners and managers to make better informed decisions on overall mine integrity and ensure continuous coal production without costly shutdown scenarios.