(term) Yagi Antenna

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    A type of directive antenna that provides moderate to high gain over a relatively limited frequency range. Commonly used in communications when the operating frequency is above 10MHz. This type of antenna is popular among Amateur Radio and Citizens Band radio operators. The driven element of the antenna is the equivalent of a center-fed, half wave dipole antenna, which in turn is surrounded by straight rods called reflectors and directors.
     
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