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  • Parabolic reflector - Wikipedia

    A parabolic (or paraboloid or paraboloidal) reflector (or dish or mirror) is a reflective surface used to collect or project energy such as light, sound, or radio waves.

  • Parabolic antenna - Wikipedia

    A parabolic antenna is an antenna that uses a parabolic reflector, a curved surface with the cross-sectional shape of a parabola, to direct the radio waves.

  • Parabolic Dish Reflector - Antenna Theory

    Parabolic reflector antennas, commonly called satellite dish antennas, are explained.

  • Parabolic Reflector Antenna Gain | Formula Calculation ...

    Overview or tutorial about parabolic reflector gain, the parabolic antenna gain equation or formula, and the practical factors affecting the gain of the parabolic ...

  • Tutorial: The Differences Between a Parabolic Umbrella and ...

    The parabolic umbrella is a fantastic tool for many photographers. But some don't know about whether or use it or a beauty dish.

  • Parabola - Maths Resources

    the vertex (where the parabola makes its sharpest turn) ... If you want to build a parabolic dish where the focus is 200 mm above the surface, ...

  • Parabolic Reflector Antenna | Dish Aerial | Tutorial

    Read our overview of the essentials of the parabolic reflector or dish antenna - parabolic reflector antenna theory, formulas; operation and practice.

  • How to Build a Parabolic Mic Dish - Videomaker

    Choosing a Microphone. The performance and functionality of a parabolic microphone dish is more about the shape and construction of the parabolic dish than the ...

  • How to calculate the area of a parabolic dish ...

    I feel like this should be really easy, but I'm not sure if I'm doing it correctly so I'm going to give it a go here, and if I'm not very good at maths (I'm not) then ...

  • How do solar parabolic dishes work - Solar Power World

    The solar dish Stirling technology is well beyond the research and development phase, with more than 20 years of recorded operating history. The equipment

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