wave antenna

wave antenna

[′wāv an‚ten·ə]
(electromagnetism)
Directional antenna composed of a system of parallel, horizontal conductors, varying from a half to several wavelengths long, terminated to ground at the far end in its characteristic impedance.
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LWAs can also be seen as a phased array traveling wave antenna with amplitude decaying excitation and progressive phase shift as a result of the wave traveling along each unit cell.
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Also available in this new release is Pasternack's new omni-directional millimeter wave antenna (PE-W15A001), a vertically polarized WR-15 waveguide connected antenna using a standard UG387/U flange that operates between 58 GHz and 63 GHz.
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Therefore, the coplanar stripline dipole antenna with a short bias line scheme can be characterized as a standing wave antenna or a resonant antenna owing to the reflections at the bias line terminations.
The two UHF band antennas include a small circular polarized wave antenna A, which is good for short distance transmission of 10 cm (at the maximum), and a direct polarized antenna B, good for long distance transmission of 30 cm (at the maximum).
The multiplexer that Mittleman and his colleagues have been working on makes use of what's known as a leaky wave antenna. In this case, the antenna is made from two metal plates placed in parallel to form a waveguide.