Aerial - Devices

Devices

  • Antenna (radio) (also known as an aerial), a transducer that transmits or receives electromagnetic waves
  • Television antenna or TV aerial, an antenna specifically designed for over-the-air television reception
  • Aerial apparatus, device used for firefighting and rescue
  • Aerial telescope, late 17th century tubeless telescope
  • Aerial work platform, device for positioning workers

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