The mission itself is simply a small computer powered by solar cells, with an antenna transmitting at 145.980 MHz.
His cellphone, he says proudly, is the kind that still has an antenna, and he uses it, naturally, only to make phone calls.
Her work has also appeared on InStyle.com, the Los Angeles Times, antenna and Flaunt magazines.
Yet with the phone simply "on," the scientists found a significant change in brain activity in the areas closest to its antenna.
Her work has also appeared in the Los Angeles Times and antenna magazine.
You will have to keep changing the tuning of your detector circuit and of the antenna.
"antenna is what butterflies have," suggested Nancy vaguely.
Tripectinate: when an antenna has three branches or processes to each joint.
Help me with this box, and then get the girl to put on the antenna you'll find there.
The transmitter, batteries, and antenna were molded into a collar of acrylic weighing 11 ounces (Mech et al. 1965).
1640s, "feeler or horn of an insect," from Latin antenna "sail yard," the long yard that sticks up on some sails, of unknown origin, perhaps from PIE root *temp- "to stretch, extend." In the etymological sense, it is a loan-translation of Aristotle's Greek keraiai "horns" (of insects). Modern use in radio, etc., for "aerial wire" is from 1902. Adjectival forms are antennal (1834), antennary (1836), antennular (1858).