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Radio frequency antenna types

The words antenna (plural: antennas[1]) and aerial are used interchangeably. Occasionally a rigid metallic structure is called an “antenna” while the wire form is called an “aerial”. However, note the important international technical journal, the IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation.[2] In the United Kingdom and other areas where British English is used, the term aerial is sometimes used although ‘antenna’ has been universal in professional use for many years.

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Mark… the listing above is to show you the page formatting we had in mind here. I envision something similar on the case studies page. Can you send us a few links you like? We will choose the image, title and copy if you like, or you can. Just follow this format of square image, title, paragraph, click for more.

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