Parabolic Shape?


Parabolic shape refers to the conic section which has been created from the intersection of a circular surface. The locus point of a parabola is equidistant from both the line and point of a parabola. Parabolic shapes are normally encountered as graphs of the quadratic functions.
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All waves entering the antenna, no matter what angle, will reflect and pass through the focus of the parabola, thereby concentrating the radiation and giving a stronger signal.
The same reason the reflector behind the bulb in your flashlight (torch) is cast a coherent beam out from the antenna. Those antennae are directed antennae in that their
The shape of the flight path for parabola flight is
the parabola has the property that if there are two lines drawn from a point of the parabola, one of which is drawn parallel to its axis, and the other passes through its focus, then
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