resonant helix

resonant helix

[′res·ən·ənt ′hē·liks]
(electromagnetism)
An inner helical conductor in certain types of transmission lines and resonant cavities, which carries currents with the same frequency as the rest of the line or cavity.
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The preferred feed approach for the resonant helix is the shunt feed arrangement, shown in Figure 1.
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