radiation efficiency

radiation efficiency

[‚rād·ē′ā·shən i‚fish·ən·sē]
(electromagnetism)
Of an antenna, the ratio of the power radiated to the total power supplied to the antenna at a given frequency.
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Bengio noted other researchers have argued nanotube-based antennas and their inherent properties have kept them from adhering to the "classical relationship between radiation efficiency and frequency," but the Rice experiments with more refined films have proved them wrong, allowing for the one-to-one comparisons.
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Figure 5 presents the simulated radiation efficiency of the antenna.
This radiation could be measured by the common methods for the antenna radiation efficiency measurement.
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Antenna radiation efficiency is defined as the ratio of power radiated to the input power.

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