TGP

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AcronymDefinition
TGPThumbnail Gallery Post
TGPThe General Public (gaming forum)
TGPThe Gathering Place (various locations)
TGPThe Great Pyramid
TGPTargeting Pod (airplane targeting tool)
TGPThe Generic Pharmacy (Philippines)
TGPTechnology Growth Platform (job sector; various locations)
TGPTake Great Pictures (photography tutorial website)
TGPTau Gamma Phi (fraternity)
TGPTennessee Gas Pipeline
TGPTransportadora de Gas del Perú (Spanish: Gas Transportation of Peru; Cusco, Peru)
TGPToyota Genuine Parts
TGPTime Gentlemen Please (movie)
TGPTotal Gas Pressure (dissolved gas content in water)
TGPTransfer Pricing Guidelines
TGPThree Gorges Probe (China)
TGPTraining Grant Program (various organizations)
TGPTurbo Grand Prix (Pontiac/McLaren automobile model)
TGPTransaminase Glutamico Piruvica
TGPTechnology Grant Program (various organizations)
TGPTeoria Geral do Processo (Brazil; law)
TGPTintina Gold Province (Alaska & Canada mineral deposit area)
TGPTasmanian Gas Pipeline (Australia)
TGPTurbulence Generating Pot
TGPTurned, Ground, Polished (type of steel rod)
TGPTerminally Guided Projectile
TGPTechnical Grade Product
TGPThe GAMMA Project (Internet Marketing Platform)
TGPTriskelions' Grand Fraternity
TGPTernary Ghost-Pulse (Constraint)
TGPThe Goal Post
TGPTruncated Ground Plane
TGPToxicology Graduate Program (Canada)
TGPTony Gee & Partners, LLP (UK)
TGPTrue Green Planet (Philippines)
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The truncated ground plane of the antenna acts as a reflector for the transverse-electric surface wave generated by the driver.
This happens because the parameter L1 is located in the region II that is far away from the edge of the truncated ground plane (see Figure 1) where the electric field is so weak that the parameter L1 has a very small influence on the antenna impedance, while the region I is close to the ground plane and consequently the current distribution is stronger with respect to that excited in the region II.
The reactive electric energy excited close to the truncated ground plane neutralizes the reactive magnetic energy excited close to the monopole in the frequency range from 6 GHz to 12 GHz, thus maintaining the antenna reactance at values close to zero.
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