Direct-coupled antenna
Direct-coupled Di*rect"-cou"pled, a. Coupled without intermediate connections, as an engine and a dynamo.

{Direct-coupled antenna} (Wireless Teleg.), an antenna connected electrically with one point of a closed oscillation circuit in syntony with it and earthed. [Webster 1913 Suppl.]


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