Molex specializes in little-noticed but vital devices like connectors, antennas, and switches.
Says antennas are for civilian use only, to help Russian tourists find malls with Disney stores.
No flagpoles rose aloft, up which antennas wires could be hoisted in the guise of halyards.
And, when we need them, the copper cables can be used as antennas.
You must be very careful in packing those butterfly cases; the slightest jar might break wings and antennas, you know.
The antennas of the sexes do not always agree in the number of joints.
Instantly Exman lunged toward him, antennas sparking fiercely and wheels smoking.
I got out my camera and took as many pictures as I could of the van and its antennas.
The antennules and pleural lobes must be lost, the antennas and trunk limbs modified by loss of exopodites.
Those old steel rails themselves act as antennas for the broadcaster, and the rat's tail is the pickup antenna.
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).