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Gain of active Antenna Systems: Antenna Standards committee requests input

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The major topic of discussion at the Antenna bers on the subject, on how their organizations are posium was how to define the gam of active antenna antenna systems, and on what definitions would prove systems. (BY the term "active antenna system", what useful to the antenna community. In the end, the job is meant is an antenna system in which active devices of the committee is to develop standard definitions such as amplifiers, receivers, oscillators, Or 0 t h that are not only precise and correct, but are also active devices are embedded, so inextricably that the useful. passive antenna gain cannot be directly measured. An example is a phased array with individual transmitrecelve modules attached to each element in the Please send comments to the committee chair, array.)

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IEEE Antennas and Propagation Society Newsletter  (Volume:31 ,  Issue: 5 )