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Yagi antenna

[ yah-gee, yag-ee ]
/ ˈyɑ gi, ˈyæg i /
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noun Radio.

a sharply directional antenna array, consisting of one or two dipoles connected to the transmitting or receiving circuit, and several insulated dipoles all parallel and about equally spaced in a line.

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Origin of Yagi antenna

1940–45; named after Hidetsugu Yagi (1886–1976), Japanese electrical engineer

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