it is an automatic out and stop playing and point to the antenna so you get the point.
The definition is when you shove an antenna up your A55 and then you are able to serve the ball.
One meter... 3.2 feet
The "antenna" is placed at the edge of the net, thus the edge of the court. It serves to show when the ball goals out of bounds.
If the ball ever touches the antenna even if it goes on the other side, it is out.
Nothing, the ball is still in, unless the ball hits the antenna. If the ball hits the antenna at any point. The ball is called out.
The USA Volleyball rulebook states that the official measurements are 3/8" in diameter and 5'11" tall. The USA Volleyball rulebook specifies that the antennae should measure 5 feet and 11 inches tall and 3/8 of an inch in diameter. Read more: http://www.livestrong.com/article/145934-volleyball-antenna-rules/#ixzz2CpuxdfwL The USA Volleyball rulebook specifies that the antennae should measure 5 feet and 11 inches tall and 3/8 of an inch in diameter. Read more: http://www.livestrong.com/article/145934-volleyball-antenna-rules/#ixzz2CpuxdfwL
The antenna is attached to the net directly above sidelines of the court. It allows for the officials to see if the ball was hit or passed within the bounds of the court.
The antenna in volleyball is to determine if the ball is in or out. If a team makes a play from outside of the court, the ball must travel in between the two antennas to be a legal play. Line judges are responsible for calling any balls that aren't inside of the antennas. Another thing, if the ball hits the antenna, it is called out. Kimberylylynn..... your an idiot...... and your wrong..... (she was the one that wrote that answer up above, which is clearly wrong) the antennas are for the refs to control the cameras for HD replay
An outside set. The antenna are also known as "pins" so "setting the pins" is a set to the outside near the antennae.