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  • n. Plural form of feedline.


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  • This total steel structure, complete with the antenna elements and feedlines, is enclosed by a heavy fibre-glass cylinder of various diameters.

    The CN Tower

  • The steel mast serves as a support for the antenna elements and the feedlines serving, in the future, up to fourteen FM stations and eight TV stations.

    The CN Tower

  • Just build in some adjustability. wont RF come back up the feedlines of the antennas not in use? News

  • And, I do use current baluns in the form of coaxial RF chokes and the like; and, for stubborn cases (especially on the very lower frequency bands, where it's difficult to escape the antenna's near field) I use ferrite isolators on the feedlines, installed just outside the shack wall. News

  • Here's a description of the issues affecting the merging of feedlines: Forum

  • People disconnect their feedlines occassionally for various reasons. News

  • He does have "lightning ground" - his antennas and feedlines are all grounded. News

  • Long live balanced feedlines, link-coupled transmatches and radios that glow ... News

  • We were faced with the 2 towers, both loaded with antennas, feedlines, control-lines, etc, on a heavily-wooded hillside at 11,000 feet ASL (Pant!). News

  • The doors, which close over the propellant feedlines and umbilicals between the Orbiter and External Tank after ET separation, have been modified in the post Return to Flight era with a yellow paint strip to allow DAT members to verify that both doors are closed and sealed properly.


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