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Vertical

2. 10.89 times
3. bay
4. VHF, UHF
5. critical phased array
6. Antenna
7. Rhombic antenna
8. 2.15 dB
9. Null
10. 1.76 dB
11. Beamwidth
12. Dummy antenna
13. space diversity
14. Entropy
15. 1000 times
16. effective height
17. horizontally polarized
18. collinear
19. FM Broadcasting
20. 30 cm
21. Antenna array
22. Marconi antenna
23. Parabolic dish antenna
24. The direction of the electric field vector
25. Azimuth

26. 2.6
27. 200 kph
28. omnidirectional/vertical polarized
29. Notch antenna
30. Rhombic
31. Bidirectional
32. 1.76 dB
33. Isotropic
34. By focusing the radiated energy in one desired direction
35. Elementary doublet
36. 3
37. 1
38. Parasitic element
39. horizontally
40. 250 ft
41. 10 dB
42. 100 μV/m
43. 3.3 times
44. 44 MHz
45. Front-to-back ratio
46. 2.088 m2
47. Gain
48. End effect
49. Low-pass filter
50. at right angles to its axis
51. the base of the antenna
52. inductance in series

its resonant frequency will be increased 59. 158 watts 55. vertical quarter-wavelength rod 69. By connecting an inductor in series with the antenna 57. isotropic antenna 73. Broadside array 76. All of these . 60 centimeters 70. The antenna’s resonant frequency will increase 65. has a zero DC resistance to ground 62. a sphere 77. sky wave propagation 72. omnidirectional antenna 78. 2. A vertical antenna which is a quarter-wavelength long 58. doubled 71. a bidirectional radiation pattern in the horizontal plane 68. both A and B 67.0 A 60. quarter wavelength 74. a hypothetical. both B and C 63. Dummy 54.53. Resonant 75. decrease 64. must have a vertical receiving antenna for the best reception 61. The field strength varies inversely as the distance from the antenna 66. 16 56.

adding a capacitor in series and reducing the physical length . one-quarter wavelength 103. At the ends 99. The element fed by the transmission line 87. improved radiation efficiency 80. coil 89. a more omnidirectional reception 86. increase the antenna’s power gain 101. add a capacitor in series 93. increases sensitivity to weak signals 102. The frequency range over which an antenna can be expected to operate satisfactorily 88. By installing a good ground radial system 104.79. Efficiency = (radiation resistance / total resistance) x 100% 105. wave traps in the antenna circuitry 94. when comparing the gains of directional antennas 95. 6546 kHz 83. ½ wavelength 91.9 dB 90. 300 Ω 97. It will radiate harmonics 96. add an inductor series 85. Isotropic radiator 82. At the feed point 81. Near the center of the vertical radiator 100. in the horizontal direction 84. Antenna resonant frequency increases 98. 3. It is increased 92.

Protection of personnel working underneath 114. Electromagnetic 121. Telemetry 130. The location of the antenna with respect to nearby objects 107. vertical antennas 110. Yagi 126. Log-periodic 112. protection of personnel working underneath 117. Vertical 123. Horn 113. vertically polarized 119. Horizontal 124. Long wire 120. Eslun transformer 131. To prevent re-radiation of the local oscillator 115. acts as antenna array 111. Directivity gain 109. Dipole 125. Marconi 116. Class A 127. 120 radials 128. Adding C in series 118. 32. Parabolic reflector 129.106.4 inches . Diplexer 122. Beamwidth 108.

Efficiency 162. Using many director 153. 120(pi) 160. 14 dB 161. 35 134. Driven element 164. 50 ohm line 152. a or c 159. Gain 154.132. Ground 138. Backward power 166. Trap dipole 139. Beamwidth 155. Maximum 163. Sidelobe 158. Radiation resistance 135. Isotropic radiator 137. Polarization 156. Top loading . Helix antenna 167. End effect 151. Field strength meter 133. 73 ohms 136. Broadside array 165. Marconi 157. Bandwidth 168.

Loop antenna 185. Corner reflector 182.55 m 188. Radiation resistance 174. Notch antenna 190.169. Directivity 193. Decrease 183. Same 184. 4266.67 187. Quarter-wavelength long 179. Effective height 173. Turnstile antennas 176.1175 mm2 189. 9. 4. Null 191. All direction . Super gain 177.016 pW 180. 0. Long wire antennas 175. Antenna array 171. Antenna coupler 170. Lobe 192. Gamma match 186. Half-power 194.59 square meters 178. Horizontal polarization 181. 6 kW 195. Less than 1 172. 0.

Circular polarization 216. Rhombic antenna 203. Isotropic antenna 212. Marconi 208. To prevent re-radiation of the local oscillator 207. Vee antenna 197. Useful as a HF receiving antenna 217. Yagi-Uda antenna 199. Ground system 201. Allow the feed to be placed at a convenient point 214. Acts as an antenna array 202. Log-periodic 218.196. Helical 211. A vertical antenna which is a quarter-wavelength long 220. High gain 210. Protection of personnel working underneath 206. Effective height 213. Log-periodic 204. Zepp antenna 200. Reduce the bulk of the lens 215. Connect an inductor in series with the antenna 219. Must have a vertical receiving antenna for the best reception 221. Has zero dc resistance to ground . Horn 205. Ohmic resistance 198. Protection of personnel working underneath 209. d.

The field strength varies inversely as the distance from the antenna 226. Decrease 224. 20. Bidirectional radiation pattern in the horizontal plane 230. The numerical ration relating the radiated signal strength of an antenna to that of another antenna 233. It may be used for multi-band operation 237. Both B and C 223. ¼ λ 235. 000 W 242. The traps form a high impedance to isolate parts of the antenna 239. It is about 5% longer 244. Both a and b 227. The frequency range over which an antenna can be expected to perform well 234. An antenna capable of being used on more than one band because of the presence of parallel LC networks 236.222. 50 243. It is about 5% shorter 245. Skywave propagation 228. At the ends . The antenna’s resonant frequency will increase 225. 4.68 ft 232. Doubled 229. By currents induced into the element from a surrounding electric field 241. An equivalent resistance that would dissipate the same amount of power as that radiated from an antenna 246. Vertical quarter-wavelength rod 231. It will radiate harmonics 238. The locations of the antenna with respect to nearby objects and the length/diameter ratio of the conductors 247. An element that receives its excitation from mutual coupling rather than from a transmission line 240.

wavefront 262. Radio waves 259.906 251. 6.4 degrees 250.55 dB 271.2 dB 267. figure of eight 264. 52.248. Radiation pattern 270. 6. 73-ohm 255. 0. Primary antenna 269. waveguide 256. absolute radiation pattern 272.6 ft 260. antenna 252. Radiation efficiency 268. 1. array 253. 50 degrees 258. aperture 254.81 degrees 257. Dipole 266.348 degrees 263. 150 ohms . frequency 265. Cassegrain feed 261. 0. 12. Improved radiation efficiency 249.

EIRP 295. Back lobes 277. omnidirectional 288. 50 uV/m 287. Radiation resistance 283. relative radiation pattern 274. center-fed 298. 2850 W 284. antenna efficiency 285. 0.6% 278. power gain 293. 93.67 280. 108 m 290. Induction field 281. is horizontal 291. Side lobes 276.796 uW/m^2 .2 dB 294. 7. 30 dBW 297. 7.273. current-fed antenna 296. 136 m 275. line of shoot 279.57 pW 282. directive gain 289. 141% 292. 51. antenna efficiency 286.

Hertz antenna 320. reduce the bulk of the lens 317. effective height 321. 2 uW 302. Elementary doublet 316. antenna input impedance 314. 1. 17. allow the feed to be placed at a convenient point 319. radiation field 301. Marconi antenna 306. ground plane 312. isotropic antenna 323.64 322. bandwidth 309.299. 90% 300. Log-periodic 310. useful as a UHF receiving antenna 313.3 ft 304. monopole antenna . short dipole 318. reciprocity 303. feedpoint 311. polarization 305. beamwidth 307. circular polarization 315. 2 MHz 308.

turnstile antenna 349. marconi 331. counterpoise 326. rhombic antenna 344. circular horn antenna 347. high gain 327. top loading 330. parasitic element 338. log-periodic 339. horn 337. yagi-uda antenna 346. log-periodic 345. reflector 340. yagi 348.324. antenna array 332. loading coil 328. acts as an antenna array 343. protection of personnel working underneath 329. bidirectional . rhombic antenna 341. to prevent re-radiation of local oscillators 333. driven element 336. protection of personnel working underneath 335. director 342. antenna element 334. helical 325.

front-to-back ratio 363. rhombic 373. loop antenna 355. maximum voltage and minimum current 375. circle 364. 480 W 354. helical antenna 359. cassegrain feed 371. reflector 367. quarter wave vertical tower 374. omnidirectional 372. bandwidth ratio 353.75 degrees 370. axial mode 361.6 dB 356. 10:1 351. radiated power to the square of the antenna center current .350. parabolic antenna 365. feed mechanism 366. 1. phased array antenna 357. director 362. normal mode 360. spillover 368. parasitic element 358. aperture number 369. 6. 7 degrees 352.

reduce harmonic radiation 395. with its characteristic impedance 391. parabolic 387. 90 degrees angle 392. parabolic 386. by manufacturing 385. director 382. to resonate on low frequency 394. mV/m 400. yagi 378. a phase monitor 379. directly proportional to distance 401. to protect from lightning 397. 5% 383. main lobe lays closer to wire 388. parasitic array 377. resistance substitution 399.376. when horizontal 393. reflector 381. less acreage needed 390. Acts as an antenna array . four times as much 384. director 380. resistor terminated 389. phasor circuit 398. step impedance up 396.

Angle of elevation 420. Dummy antenna 427. To prevent reradiation of the local oscillator 407. Circular polarization 416. Standing waves 424. Protection of personnel working underneath 406. 200 kph 425. Helical 411. Vertical 419. Useful as a UHF receiving antenna 417. Effective height 413. Horn 405. Allow the feed to be places at a convenient point 414. Isotropic antenna 412. Rhombic 421. Protection of personnel working underneath 409. Marconi 408. 10.89 times 423. The rhombic antenna 403. Antenna . Reduce the bulk of the lens 415. Log-periodic 404. High gain 410. Log-periodic 418.402. Orthomode transducer 422. 3 426.

Major lobe radiation 443. The numeric ratio relating the radiated signal strength of an antenna to that of another antenna 450. Dipole 432. TVRO 441. Low-pass filter 433. Isotropic 437. 28. Parasitic elements 444. Reflectometer 445. Beamwidth 453. 6 dB over the gain of one antenna . 1.428. bi-directional 430. Hertz 449. ERP 446. Yagi-uda 452. Adding C in series 447. Fresnel 440. Aperiodic 431.76 dB 434. Broadside array 451.17 dB 429. Omnidirectional 442. Circular polarization 435. Spot beam 439. Gain of the antenna 448. Smith chart 436. Effective isotropic radiated power 438.

Use of grounded antenna . By installing a good ground radial system 465. Space diversity 460. 42. Center of the antenna 464. Antenna gain 463. 0 dB 455. A non-radiating load for a transmitter used for testing 470. Beamwidth 462.6 456. Antenna 477. 2. -26 dB 478. At feed point 468.9 MHz 459. Maximum voltage and minimum current 474. An equivalent resistance that would dissipate the same amount of power as that radiated from an antenna 476.454. Resonant 473. Antenna efficiency 479. Bidirectional 471. Loading coil 466. The frequency range over which an antenna can be expected to perform well 467. Whip 469. The element fed by the transmission line 472. Yagi antenna 475. Horizontally polarized 458. Effective height 457. Smith chart 461.

Reflector element is 5% longer 488. Polarization 500. Hertz 494. Provide a multiband operation 490. Aperture antenna 482. An element that receives its excitation from mutual coupling rather than from a transmission line. Provide loading coil 483. λ/4 484. Radiation pattern 496. Their frequencies are low and need very large antennas 489. Antenna gain 491. Antenna efficiency 499. 485. Near field 498. Counterpoise . Front-to-back ratio 497. Direction finder 486.480. About 5% shorter 492. Radiation efficiency 493. Reduce power 487. All of these 495. Longer the length 481.