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Acceptance pattern

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The acceptance pattern is the total transmitted power, in a

conductor or conductive medium, as a function of its input launch angle. It is usually expressed graphically as a curve. In reguards to an antenna, for a given plane, the acceptance pattern is a distribution plot of the off-axis power relative to the on-axis power as a function of angle or position. Of an optical fiber or fiber bundle, a curve of total transmitted power plotted against the launch angle.

Note: The acceptance pattern is the equivalent of a horizontal or vertical antenna pattern.

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