dipole antenna

NOUN
  1. an aerial half a wavelength long consisting of two rods connected to a transmission line at the center
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How To Use dipole antenna In A Sentence

  • The most common is what's called a dipole antenna, a good example being those T-shaped, plastic covered wires that came with home stereo sets once upon a time. Nashuatelegraph.com local, state, business and sports news
  • During seminars at G√∂ttingen on the magnetic resonance techniques of Rabi and of Kastler, it had occurred to me that because of the analogy between an atom and a radio dipole antenna, (a), alignment of the atom should show up in its optical absorption cross section, and (b), electron impact should produce aligned excited atoms. Hans G. Dehmelt - Autobiography
  • The frequency response of radiation pattern a linear dipole antenna by Hertz dipoles field summation approximation.
  • Transmitter and receiver are supplied fully enclosed in housings measuring 45 x 55 x 15 mm with connectors for external dipole antennas.
  • The log - periodic dipole antenna is a linearly polarized frequency independent antenna of moderate gain.
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