constant-beamwidth antenna

constant-beamwidth antenna
антенна с неизменной шириной луча

harp antenna — веерная антенна

coil antenna — радио рамочная антенна

versatile antenna — подвижная антенна

directional antenna — направленная антенна

rooftop antenna — антенна, установленная на крыше


English-Russian dictionary of Information technology. 2005.

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