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QUESTION: Which of the following is not a reason why most half-wave antennas

are mounted horiontally at low fre!uencies"

a$ %hysical construction is easier
&$ more cost-effective
c$ mounting is easier
d$ su%%ort is easier
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QUESTION: The sha%e of the electromagnetic energy radiated from or received
&y an antenna is called the
a$ signal sha%e
&$ electromagnetic %attern
c$ radiation %attern
d$ antenna %attern
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QUESTION: 'ntennas that transmit an e!ual amount of energy in the horiontal
direction are called
a$ &i-directional
&$ unidirectional
c$ omnidirectional
d$ unilateral
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QUESTION: The a&ility of an antenna to send or receive signals over a narrow
horiontal directional range is referred to as
a$ focal factor
&$ %ermittivity
c$ directivity
d$ horiontal range
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QUESTION: ' &asic antenna connected to a transmission line %lus one or more
additional conductors that are not connected to the transmission line form a
QUESTION: 'n antenna made u% of a driven element and one or more %arasitic
elements is generally referred to as a
a$ *ert antenna
&$ +arconi antenna
c$ collinear antenna
d$ ,agi antenna
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QUESTION: Which antennas usually consist of two or more half-wave di%oles
mounted end to end"
a$ *ert
&$ +arconi
c$ collinear
d$ ,agi
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QUESTION: ' stac.ed collinear antenna consisting of half-wave di%oles s%aced
from one another &y one-half wavelengths is the
a$ &roadside array
&$ end-fire array
c$ wide-&andwidth array
d$ %arasitic array
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QUESTION: When the characteristic im%edance of the transmission line matches
the out%ut im%edance of the transmitter and the im%edance of the antenna itself/
a$ the SW( will &e 01:0
&$ the SW( will &e 0:01
c$ minimum %ower transfer will ta.e %lace
d$ ma2imum %ower transfer will ta.e %lace
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QUESTION: ' one-!uarter wavelength of coa2ial or &alanced transmission line of
a s%ecific im%edance connected &etween a load and a source in order to match
im%edances is
a$ a &alun
&$ an autotransformer
c$ a Q section
d$ dummy load
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