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Summing the effects of sources at several locations to provide increased directivity; it effectively forms a source antenna. Involves time-shifting the results from single sources by amounts that are proportional to the distances between the sources and adding the results to direct the beam. The beam directivity may be changed by varying the time shifts. See also [[Special:MyLanguage/Dictionary:synthetic_aperture|''synthetic aperture'']].
 
Summing the effects of sources at several locations to provide increased directivity; it effectively forms a source antenna. Involves time-shifting the results from single sources by amounts that are proportional to the distances between the sources and adding the results to direct the beam. The beam directivity may be changed by varying the time shifts. See also [[Special:MyLanguage/Dictionary:synthetic_aperture|''synthetic aperture'']].
  
  
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Summing the effects of sources at several locations to provide increased directivity; it effectively forms a source antenna. Involves time-shifting the results from single sources by amounts that are proportional to the distances between the sources and adding the results to direct the beam. The beam directivity may be changed by varying the time shifts. See also synthetic aperture.


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