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antenna wire

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  • antenna — [n] appendages for sensing, usually on insects or electronics aerial, bird snapper*, bullwhip*, ears*, feelers*, rabbit ears, receiver, sky wire*, whip*, wire; concept 464 …   New thesaurus

  • antenna — (n.) 1640s, feeler or horn of an insect, from L. antenna sail yard, the long yard that sticks up on some sails, of unknown origin, perhaps from PIE root *temp to stretch, extend. In the etymological sense, it is a loan translation of Aristotle s… …   Etymology dictionary

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  • antenna — antennal, adj. /an ten euh/, n., pl. antennas for 1, antennae / ten ee/ for 2. 1. a conductor by which electromagnetic waves are sent out or received, consisting commonly of a wire or set of wires; aerial. 2. Zool. one of the jointed, movable,… …   Universalium

  • WIRE-CA — Infobox Broadcast call letters = WIRE CA station station slogan = station branding = analog = 40 (UHF) digital = no affiliations = MTV2 founded = 1996 location = Atlanta, Georgia callsign meaning = owner = Commercial Broadcasting Corporation… …   Wikipedia

  • Antenna — Contents 1 Science and engineering 1.1 Technology 1.2 Biology …   Wikipedia

  • Antenna effective area — In telecommunication, antenna effective area or effective aperture is the functionally equivalent area from which an antenna directed toward the source of the received signal gathers or absorbs the energy of an incident electromagnetic wave. Note …   Wikipedia

  • Antenna height considerations — The Aspects for Antenna heights considerations are depending upon the wave range and economical reasons.Longwave/Low frequency antennasAt VLF, LF and MF the radio mast or tower is often used directly as an antenna. Its height determines the… …   Wikipedia

  • antenna — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. aerial, rabbit ears, mast, tower. See communication. II (Roget s IV) n. Syn. aerial, wire, receiving wire, radiating wire, rabbit ears*. III (Roget s 3 Superthesaurus) n. 1. insect appendage feeler,… …   English dictionary for students

  • antenna — an|ten|na [ænˈtenə] n ↑antenna, ↑wing [Date: 1600 1700; : Latin; Origin: pole holding up a sail ] 1.) plural antennae [ ni:] one of two long thin parts on an insect s head, that it uses to feel things 2.) plural antennas …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • antenna — noun (plural antennae or nas) Etymology: Medieval Latin, from Latin, sail yard Date: 1646 1. plural nae one of a pair of slender movable segmented sensory organs on the head of insects, myriapods, and crustaceans see insect …   New Collegiate Dictionary


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