parabolic antenna

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parabolic antenna

n.
An antenna that receives or sends electromagnetic signals such as radio waves or microwaves by using a parabolic mirror to focus incoming radiation onto one reception point or to direct the emissions of radiation from a focal source point into a beam. Also called dish antenna.
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