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dipole

 [di´pōl]
1. a molecule having separated charges of equal and opposite sign.
2. a pair of electric charges or magnetic poles separated by a short distance.

di·pole

(dī'pōl),
A pair of separated electrical charges, one or more positive and one or more negative; or a pair of separated partial charges.
Synonym(s): doublet (2)

dipole

/di·pole/ (di´pōl)
1. a molecule having separated charges of equal and opposite sign.
2. a pair of electric charges or magnetic poles separated by a short distance.

dipole

[dī′pōl]
1 a molecule whose ends carry opposite partial charges.
2 a molecule with areas of opposing electrical charges, such as hydrogen chloride, which has a predominance of electrons and a partial negative charge about the chloride portion and a partial positive charge on the hydrogen side.

dipole

An MRI term for a magnetic field with unique north and south magnetic poles separated by a finite distance.

di·pole

(dī'pōl)
A pair of separated electrical charges, one or more positive and one or more negative; or a pair of separated partial charges.
Synonym(s): doublet (2) .

dipole

1. a molecule having charges of equal and opposite sign.
2. a pair of electric charges or magnetic poles separated by a short distance.
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This paper looks at two potential implementations of this antenna design, a two-feed Wilkinson divider implementation as described in figure 4 and shown in figure 5, and a single-feed implementation as described in figure 6 and shown in figure 7 taking advantage of the folded dipole elements being highly coupled.
For the dipoles oriented in the other directions, the same two cells without body forces were separated by the appropriate monopoles.
In design process, the single band is performed when the dipole antenna is radiated.
The antenna consists of dipole and a few coupled directors and a reflector.
By aligning the iron wires as an example, the students are prompted to predict and explain the direction in which the magnetic compass needle is pointed according to the dipole small-magnets model, when the needle is placed near the container of iron wires before and after the container has been stroked several times with the "N" end of the magnet.
During a conditioning session, a small piece of thawed shrimp was placed on the selected pole of the dipole and the electric current was applied.
The emergence of the side-lobes for interfacial dipoles, as well as those close to the interface, can be attributed to the evanescent near-field waves of the dipole.
Further study was conducted to investigate the placements of dipoles above PEC sheet.
So the electric dipole is strongly excited at time t = 0.
These results lead to an equivalent model that is the combination of electric dipole [I.
Radiation patterns of standing wave and traveling wave microstrip dipoles," Master's Thesis, University of Connecticut, 1994.