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About antenna_kid

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  1. Any dimensions for that proposal ? Generally dont looking for broadbang. At this moment looking for two antennas with higher gain: One for 700MHZ and second for 750mhz. Easy to manufacture on CNC from FR4 laminate.
  2. it looks like patch with parasitic element, and looks like easy tu manufacture because there are just only 3 round elements.
  3. I have small cnc and spare PCB blanks so it's doable.
  4. Found it some time ago. Feed point is on side of the middle element. This is also for 2.4 ghz wersion 24 patch.webp
  5. this design looks interesting:
  6. If it will be smaller then it will be additional good feature
  7. Looking for ideas for two antennas with gain ove 10 dbi - one for 868 Mhz and second one for 750Mhz. Any suggestions ?
  8. Ok, so any suggestions for something quite small and for 750Mhz ? dbi over 10.
  9. Can it be redesigned for 868 MHZ and 750Mhz ? Asking because fabrication looks quite easy and gain is nice.
  10. Ideas

    Hi, i tried to send you message but i'm unable to create new because i get message "Your inbox is full. You must delete some messages before you can send any more." I currently have only one old message from you. Replied to your message that was year old.
  11. Ideas

    Hi, sorry that i write here. Can you answer for my message
  12. 5.8CP_patch.cst
  13. Ideas

    looks like in whole designs he don't cares impedance
  14. Ideas

    So do you thin that design is ok ?
  15. at 1280 - wsvr was 1:1.4