stacked array

stacked array

[′stakt ə′rā]
(electromagnetism)
An array in which the antenna elements are stacked one above the other and connected in phase to increase the gain.
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Tenders are invited for Qcw mini stacked array with fast axis collimation
In [14], an aperture-coupled frequency-and pattern-reconfigurable stacked array antenna is presented.
The computer program sends the data through the serial port to the microcontroller that stores the values in a stacked array. The microcontroller then writes the values to four 10-bit latches.
Kip's Bay: The Body and Its Discontents, 1964, for example, is a stacked array of little boxes with medical terms on them, somewhat in the spirit of Flux-boxes and of certain early analytical works by Robert Smithson.
The stacked arrays offer improved azimuth pattern performance over the more traditional main and sidemount antenna system, which can disrupt the azimuth pattern and cause signal reception issues due to the tower structure.
The number of stacked arrays used here is not optimal as the main goal of this work is to present the concept of 3-D electromagnetic energy harvesting using metamaterials.
DILAS announced the expansion of its QCW high-power vertical diode laser stacked arrays. These devices are now available at 1940 nm with power ranges up to 12 W QCW per bar and optional fast-axis collimation.
Lippens, "From rejection to transmission with stacked arrays of split ring resonators," Progress In Electromagnetics Research, Vol.
The company noted that unlike conventional fuel cells, which are stacked arrays, its patented design is expected to "enable economic use of thin, flexible layered materials when compared with the rigid, bolted, thick stack structure of conventional fuel cells."
Crystalline samples with repeatedly stacked arrays have clusters with similar atomic environments and infinite planar arrangements in each crystal.
Pulsed diode lasers such as stacked arrays are available with scalable power level of several 100W peak power, for example.