The aerial can be adjusted to the frequency of those signals by lengthening or shortening the spout.
Continued advances in unmanned aerial vehicle technology have profound implications regarding the nature of modern warfare.
Its size is better seen on a map or from an aerial photograph.
Unmanned aerial vehicles are being tested for all kinds of future applications to help law enforcement, as well as the military.
Yet the inspectors found programmes for a range of undeclared unmanned aerial vehicles.
Those initial bleak impressions were based on aerial views.
The military has long-standing procedures in place for designing and executing aerial missions.
Although hurricanes are aerial beasts, they draw their power from marine heat.
Unidentified aerial phenomena offer a lesson on the residue problem in science.
Here's an aerial view of the overall plan of the garden.
British Dictionary definitions for aerial
of, relating to, or resembling air
existing, occurring, moving, or operating in the air: aerial cable car, aerial roots of a plant
ethereal; light and delicate
extending high into the air; lofty
of or relating to aircraft: aerial combat
Also called antenna. the part of a radio or television system having any of various shapes, such as a dipole, Yagi, long-wire, or vertical aerial, by means of which radio waves are transmitted or received