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Billboard antenna
also called Billboard and has one more synonym

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  1. A dipole antenna, developed by Heinrich Rudolph Hertz around 1886, is an antenna with a center-fed driven element for transmitting or receiving radio frequency energy

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  2. These antennas are the simplest practical antennas from a theoretical point of view

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  3. An elementary doublet is a small length of conductor \scriptstyle{ \delta\ell} (small compared with the wavelength \scriptstyle{\lambda}) traversed by an alternating current: \scriptstyle{I=I_\circ e^{j\omega t}}

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  4. A short dipole is a physically feasible dipole formed by two conductors with a total length \scriptstyle{L} very small compared with the wavelength \scriptstyle{\lambda}

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  5. Antenna gain is the ratio of surface power radiated by the antenna to the surface power radiated by a hypothetical isotropic antenna

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