Definition of whip antenna in English:

whip antenna

Syllabification: whip an·ten·na

noun

An antenna in the form of a long flexible wire or rod with a connection at one end.
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  • The request for new super-elastic nickel-titanium alloy wire as a whip antenna on small bird, bat, and reptile radio tags is bound to gain you respect from that transmitter manufacturer!
  • The limit is.25 mv/m (millivolts/meter) of signal strength into a quarter wave antenna (roughly what you've got with a typical whip antenna on your car) at 3 meters from the transmitting antenna.
  • The T - 64K command variant has an additional whip antenna and a 10-meter antenna mast which can be erected in the center of the turret using guy wires.

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