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About Edel2020

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  1. thanks
  2. Ok sorry if I'm clumsy searching, but this forum is huge and I've been searching for hours, I see that you offered to optimize this model and if I wanted to, I haven't seen other models this simple and powerful, yes I have seen others but with very complex balance lines Sorry again if I got into a very old topic, can you help me?
  3. Although I don't have its measurements either, I'm looking for powerful and easy-to-make antennas only for 1800 MHz
  4. Yes... that's what I'm looking for, a lot of gain and easy to do, do you have the measurements of that antenna for 1800 and optimized is it better than this one?
  5. Let's go group, only Wi-Fi is not lived jjjj... the best thing I've found profit size ratio!!... pity not having the measurements http://www.7arrays.com/custom/custom_designs_engineering.htm
  6. The bad thing about this antenna is the F / R, how could it be improved? We could take the design of the active element used by Brian Beezley Author of the Site http://ham-radio.com/k6sti/index.html in your Metric Yagis to improve it? Can someone model it and share the changes?
  7. Here are the .maa file UKW 14 Elemente, DDR-Ausführung.maa has a great profit for its size, especially after being modified by the friend Peter Körner .... stolle_us14.doc
  8. Hello greetings to all ... continued with the subject to not let it cool I found this antenna produced only in the old GRANIA Germany in the 70s and 80s, great gain but very badly distributed throughout the bandwidth we use today (88-108) in those times and in that F / r.
  9. Please someone who uploads the scheme of a good RF amplifier for this band that is well tested
  10. Please upload all the data, I mean gain according to frequency, f / b, etc.
  11. I'm going to try your suggestion, I like it to be 75 ohm and especially the size
  12. You're right, it's big, it was just to test if it could be made smaller and keep the gain high, maybe with a bigger reflector, you are the specialist, thank you very much
  13. simulate this ... but try to give a more contained size and run the frequency towards 98 Mhz and not the 105 Mhz in which the band is centered in this antenna
  14. If that works it would be very good, it has a good size, how did the simulation turn out?
  15. excellent, this is what i mean