steerable antenna

steerable antenna

[′stir·ə·bəl an′ten·ə]
(electromagnetism)
A directional antenna whose major lobe can be readily shifted in direction.

steerable antenna

A directional antenna whose major lobe can be readily shifted in direction.
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Developed with technology partners, O3b mPOWER Customer Edge Terminals (CET) will combine innovative steerable antenna technology with functionality spanning modem, networking and edge compute capabilities.
SatixFy UK is a leading provider of baseband modem and electronically steerable antenna chips, products and solutions that deliver highest performance with radically reduced cost, size, weight and power.
One such application is a metamaterial based Fabry-Perot cavity which is composed of perfectly electrically conducting (PEC) ground and PRS to control the phase variation was used to realize a compact and steerable antenna with an improvement of gain about 1.
Sofant's high performance miniaturised steerable antenna will change the performance and user experience of smart phones forever.
The new initiative will provide an exciting alternative to both the expensive flat antenna technology now used in the military and the bulbous mechanically steerable antenna used on ships and trains.
Arun said: "With the population and the usage of modern communication devices growing by leaps and bounds, the 45-degree beam steerable antenna will be very helpful - and it's cost effective too
The terminal is equipped with a steerable antenna that can process secure voice and data transmissions requiring high bandwidth at a rate of 64kbit/s.
A more desirable form of the steerable antenna is a typical, conventional phased array.
Such a market for DTH satellite TV broadcasting and even some audio, data and telephone services could yet be undercut by the highly experienced European operators, Eutelsat, who are offering to focus the steerable antenna on their Hotbird 3 satellite over Africa.
Researchers envision a pinlike unit about 1 centimeter long and 1 millimeter wide that incorporates various detectors, a power source, a microprocessor, a microphone, a transmitter and receiver, and a steerable antenna that resembles a rigid parachute.
Muller, "Ferrite supported steerable antenna on metamaterial CRLH transmission line," Proceedings of the 40th European Microwave Conference, EuMC 2010, 449-452, Paris, France, Sep.