strip line

strip line

[′strip ‚līn]
(electromagnetism)
A strip transmission line that consists of a flat metal-strip center conductor which is separated from flat metal-strip outer conductors by dielectric strips.
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Why does the tarpon--a sportfish supreme--take to the air, careen and cartwheel, strip line and more line and more line--and then do it all over again and again?
Accordingly, the initial parameters were as follows: 40 mm x 85 mm (L x W) for each of the ground planes; 25 mm x 10 mm equally for the physical dimension of the MD material (ECCOSORB MF-124) and the coupling element area (the MLA region), where the MD material sits on the MLA region; 155[degrees] for the folder-type chassis angle ([beta]); and 1 mm for the width of the strip line for both the coupling element and the grounding strip.
The proposed rotated square slot diagonal point embedded in the middle of the patch and strip line and defected ground structure consists of four L slots.
Electricity was supplied to a strip line with a length of [lambda]/2.
The electric field distribution at 60 GHz (Figure 9) for W/h = 1 shows that the field is confined around the strip line at 60 GHz and that the field amplitude is very low on the ground plane.
Take [TE.sub.10] mode for example, a metal strip line inserted in the centrally E-plane (as shown in the subfigure in Fig.
Ramahi, "Characterization of metamaterials using a strip line fixture," IEEE Trans.
Smeaton gradually played the fish up and away from the wreck, only for the fish, when about 30 feet up, to strip line from his reel as it dived for the wreck.
In this paper, we present the study of basic parameters patch antenna (gain, bandwidth, and radiation pattern), types of feed (for micro strip line, coaxial).
If you do choose to strip line back onto the deck or cockpit, you will better detect when it gets underfoot if you fish barefoot or with just socks.