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aerial

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sensitivity similar to that of a receptor organ

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one of a pair of mobile appendages on the head of e.g. insects and crustaceans

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This report provides a comprehensive analysis for the global wireless base transmitting stations (BTS) antenna market.
supplied two UHF master antennas, two VHF master antennas and one single-channel VHF antenna.
Without its key antenna, the spacecraft would send back only a small fraction of the data it will collect during its two-year visit to the solar system's largest planet, and the $1.
Multiple Input Multiple Output (MIMO): MIMO is the technique in which multiple antennas (multiple transmitters and receivers) are used in wireless systems resulting in a significant increase in the wireless performance.
Those regulations apply to the actual operators of the Antennas which may be tenants under a lease or a sublessee, sub-licensee or permittee of a tenant.
CAMBRIDGE, England -- Antenova Ltd, the integrated antenna solutions company, announced the availability of GPS RADIONOVA[R] RF antenna module for embedded GPS applications for mobile handsets, personal navigation devices (PNDs), PDA's and laptop computers.
In the past, rooftop antennas were considered unsightly and were perceived to negatively impact the building's aesthetic appeal.
Powerwave's Clean Site Intellimast antenna platform is ideal for deployment in dense urban areas due to its ability to maximize tower space by integrating single- and multi-band antennas with high-performance tower-mounted amplifiers (TMAs) and remote electrical tilt (RET) under a single radome.
Synonymous with high performance, MTI's antennas conform to ETSI, FCC, MPT, BAPT and DTI international standards and specifications.
SAN DIEGO -- Ethertronics, a provider of embedded antenna solutions for wideband and multi-band wireless devices, today announced the introduction of its third-generation quad-band WiFi/WLAN internal antenna solution.
11n wireless devices with the introduction of its first smart antennas for MIMO devices, the Airgain MaxBeam65N and MaxBeam80N.
Since we have developed antennas that exceed OEM manufacturer and wireless carrier specifications, more and more handset developers are turning to Ethertronics to help them through the entire design process.
An industry first, long awaited in the market place, this antenna fills an important gap in commercially available stock antennas.
MTI Wireless Edge Adds Three New Low Axial Ratio RFID Reader Antennas to Their RFID UHF Bandwidth Products
SkyCross pioneered this technology in South Korea with antennas for WiBro, the Korean standard of WiMAX.