nonresonant antenna

nonresonant antenna

[¦nän′rez·ən·ənt an′ten·ə]
(electromagnetism)
A long-wire or traveling-wave antenna which does not have natural frequencies of oscillation, and responds equally well to radiation over a broad range of frequencies.
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For these bandwidth and gain ranges the cavity antennas are much smaller in length, volume, and weight compared to the equal in aperture nonresonant antennas.
Another class of antennas - traveling-wave or nonresonant antennas - comprises structures that radiate as the wave propagates.