counterpoise

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English - Turkish
(Askeri,Teknik) denge ağırlığı
tay
denkleştirmek
karşı etki yapmak
karşı ağırlık
{f} denkleştir
{i} denge
{f} karşılamak
mukabil ağırlık
{i} denk
{i} eş ağırlık
mukabil ağırlık veya kuvvet ile muvazene husule getirmek denkleştirmek
{f} dengelemek
{f} eşit kuvvetle karşı koymak
(Askeri) DENGE AĞIRLIĞI: Bir ağırlığı denkleştiren diğer bir ağırlık örneğini bir top üzerindeki denge ağırlığı büyük bir topun kama payını dengeleyen ve açılıp kapanmasını kolaylaştıran mekanizmadır
counterpoised
denkleştir(mek)
counterpoised
denkleştir
English - English
To act against with equal weight; to equal in weight; to balance the weight of; to counterbalance
The relation of two weights or forces which balance each other; equilibrium; equiponderance
A weight sufficient to balance another, as in the opposite scale of a balance; an equal weight
To act against with equal power; to balance
An equal power or force acting in opposition; a force sufficient to balance another force
{n} an equal weight, a balance
{i} counterbalance; balanced state
The second half of an antenna, which "balances" the radiating element to launch the RF wave Although not always readily apparent, a counterpoise always exists and its suitability can greatly affect the efficiency of the antenna A ground plane, as found on ground plane antennas, is one type of counterpoise, as is the outer case or circuit board of a receiver using an attached whip antenna
{f} counterbalance; bring into balance by means of an opposing weight or force
a conductor or system of conductors used as a substitute for a ground in an antenna system
constitute a counterweight or counterbalance to
A wire or group of wires mounted close to ground, but insulated from ground, to form a low impedance, high capacitance path to ground Commonly used at medium frequency and high frequency to provide an effective ground for an antenna (see also ground plane)
an equivalent counterbalancing weight
  A conductor or system of conductors used as a substitute for earth or ground in an antenna system   [From Weik '89]
Offset; balance; counterbalance; act as an equal effect
equipoise
A counterpoise
counter weight
counterpoised
past of counterpoise
counterpoises
third-person singular of counterpoise
counterpoises
plural of counterpoise
counterpoising
present participle of counterpoise
counterpoise
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