or lecher wires
[ lekh-er ]
/ ˈlɛx ər /
plural noun Electricity.
parallel wires of such length and terminations that the system will resonate, producing standing waves, if the frequency of the excitation is correct.
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Origin of Lecher wires
1925–30; named after E. Lecher (died 1926), Austrian physicist
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