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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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The new half foot integrated enclosure and antenna solution can accommodate any of MTI's standard flat panel antennas from half foot and above in all frequency bands.
Despite previous books on UWB systems for radar systems and more recently, communications, no book exists that deals with the antennas and propagation of UWB for both communication and radar systems.
Remote Electrical Tilt - Operators can instantly move antennas from a centralized operations center using an intuitive user interface, which guides operators through the tilting process.
4 and 5 GHz antennas enable rapid product development, from the R&D stage through manufacturing and quality control.
The antenna is compatible with 1-1/8"-18 thread mounts, including the industry's standard 3/4 inch hole mounts, making installation or replacement of existing antennas on public safety and emergency response vehicles easy and cost-effective.
Its bandwidth performance reduces turning requirements when compared to traditional VHF antennas.
Remembering two things about your Sentinel's antenna can save you lots of grief:
Four Times Square's new antennas and tower support systems were fabricated from June through September of this year.
But the latest attempt to fully open Galileo's main antenna has failed.
This Technical Insights research service entitled Smart Antennas for Future Wireless Systems provides an overview of the key technologies and latest developments in the smart antenna industry along with a complete analysis of major technology drivers, restraints, and trends.
The ownership and management of any property having antennas, particularly multiple antennas, located on the roof or on the side of the building such as cellular telephone antennas, Personal Communications System (PCS) digital antennas, pager system antennas, radio or television station antennas, microwave antennas or any other antennas on their building must be concerned with radio frequency radiation (RFR) issues.
Antenova is a leading developer and supplier of integrated antennas and RF antenna modules for mobile handsets, portable devices and laptop computers.
Advances in wireless telephone technology, in particular, have made rooftops a "hot property" to companies seeking optimum sites for antennas and transmitters.
Maximizing Tower Space by Integrating TMAs and RET under a Single Radome, the Antennas Are Ideal for Deployment in Dense Urban Areas
the developer of high quality low cost flat panel antennas for Fixed Wireless and RFID applications announced today the launch of an industry-unique ALL-IN-ONE high-performance base station antenna solution serving multiple market applications and bandwidths.