A linear array of radiators in which the maximum radiation is along the axis of the array; the antenna may be uni- or bi-directional. A Yagi array is an example, though in most end-fire arrays, each radiator is fed from a transmission line, the relative phase of each element being determined by its position along the line. Also end-fire aerial array.
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