stacked antennas

stacked antennas

[′stakt an′ten·əz]
(electromagnetism)
Two or more identical antennas arranged above each other on a vertical supporting structure and connected in phase to increase the gain.
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Single-feed multiband stacked antennas consist of several layers of substrate material having different dielectric constants.
"That's a great price, especially when you consider that many families living in these fringe rural areas will spend that much and more for conventional antennas on 50-foot towers with stacked antennas, plus a rotor and electronic booster--all for possibly receiving two or three channels and sometimes with snowy pictures."