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What does HGA stand for?
HGA stands for High-Gain Antenna
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We have 69 other meanings of HGA in our Acronym Attic
- Hybridization Group 1
- Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy (book)
- Hammel Green and Abrahamson
- Handweavers Guild of America
- Hardware-carrier Group Alarm (CCS #7/ITU-T)
- Hawaii Grommet Association (surfing)
- Heat Generating Assembly
- Hercules Graphics Adapter
- High Grade Algorithm
- High Growth Area
- High-Speed Graphics Assembly
- Higher Grade Assistant (Life Insurance Corporation of India)
- Higher Ground Academy (Minnesota)
- His Glory Alone (Christian rap group)
- Hokkaido Golf Association (Japan)
- Holy Guardian Angels (Reading, PA catholic church)
- Homogentisic Acid
- Honor Guard Academy
- Hop Growers of America (Moxee, WA)
- Host Government Agreement (foreign investing)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Spirit can communicate directly with Earth via either the pointable high-gain antenna or, at a slower data rate, through a low-gain antenna that does not move.
and the leading global manufacturer of VoIP, wireless, and networking hardware for home, SOHO (Small Office/Home Office) and small business environments, today announced a line of high-gain antennas for use with select Linksys Wireless-B and Wireless-G products.
Hackers roam the streets with notebook computers, wireless access cards, high-gain antennas and global positioning systems looking for unsecured access points.
Multiple built-in, high-gain antennas make the Spot D Tek IV capable of dual-frequency pipe and cable locating .
It can provide a line-of-sight range of up to four miles with the built-in antenna and an even greater range with the optional high-gain antenna.
Muirhead said that although recent communication has been through the lander's low-gain antenna, the latest seems to have come through the high-gain antenna.
He notes, however, that astronomers will have to plan observations with Galileo carefully, since its crippled high-gain antenna will make it difficult to send images.