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clanon

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  1. IF these are ok...is poor ISP service...also try http://Fast.com with all settings on...to compare...
  2. using 3mm Polystyrene foam (1.2) , and a capacitive disc to neutralize the antenna being too INDUCTIVE... Not bad for a 180 by 240 cms...
  3. It's "extending" the 50 ohms over the feed line...it's on the gnd ring... ?
  4. It looks like 4 Folded Dipoles around...?
  5. BULLSHIT!
  6. yup , never see more than 15 or 16 dbis on 4 patchs on AIR and BOX ...Thiss is on a dielectric and flat , maybe i'm missing something...it's even PUBLISHED on IEEE...https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/7219647/
  7. 19 ORIGINAL.cst
  8. 19 ORIGINAL.cst
  9. my "GUESS"...: BUT MAYBE I GOT WRONG THE Z ADAPTATIONS
  10. it looks like BULLSHIT...to me...not getting more than 10 dbis right now
  11. These guys https://www.researchgate.net/publication/283553994_High_gain_245_GHz_22_patch_array_stacked_antenna " say " ...they got 19 dbis from a 2 by 2 array...WHAT GIVES...? HighGain2.45GHz2x2PatchArrayStacked.pdf
  12. Also known as BOW TIE antenna... yesterday i saw an array of high gain...i'll try to post it....(but it was for FR and 19ghz...)
  13. "A radome is a structural, weatherproof enclosure that protects a microwave antenna"