slave antenna

slave antenna

[′slāv an‚ten·ə]
(electromagnetism)
A directional antenna positioned in azimuth and elevation by a servo system; the information controlling the servo system is supplied by a tracking or positioning system.
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Therefore, it is necessary to contact the double-difference equation with baseline vector [6].The line-of-sight vector is [I.sup.i.sub.0], and the differences between the distance of main antenna to satellite i and that of slave antenna are [r.sup.i.sub.0r], which is equal to the opposite number of the projection length of baseline vector on [I.sup.i.sub.0], it is taken as
Assume that attitude determination system consists of three antennas, namely, antenna 0 which is set as main antenna and antennas 1 and 2 which are set as slave antennas. All of the three antennas are tracking M satellites.
One antenna functions normally, while the slave antenna transmits the jamming waveform.