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Number: 343/883
Name: Communications: radio wave antennas > Antennas > With support for antenna, reflector or director > Adjustable or collapsible support > Telescoping
Description: Subject matter wherein the support is constructed of multiple sections capable of sliding motion within each other to be extensible or retractable.

Patents under this class:
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
4748450 Vehicular multiband antenna feedline coupling device May. 31, 1988
4587526 Latching mechanism for deployable/re-stowable columns useful in satellite construction May. 6, 1986
4426650 Tape erectable antenna mast Jan. 17, 1984
4293861 Compact television antenna system Oct. 6, 1981
4254423 Telescopic equipment carrier including antennas Mar. 3, 1981
4212015 Portable mast for radio link systems Jul. 8, 1980
4176360 Antenna deployment mechanism for use with a spacecraft Nov. 27, 1979
4151534 Antenna telescoping tower Apr. 24, 1979
4062156 Extensible rod Dec. 13, 1977
3959795 Aerial assembly with combination tower-guide May. 25, 1976

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