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miloudsatdz

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About miloudsatdz

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  1. thank you Mr. JOMY
  2. Possible frequency measurements for 4G 1800 mhz
  3. It is difficult to find, especially a reflector piece
  4. like this i will try it with parabolic offest
  5. yagi

    Thank you Mr JOMY Not professionally made but it gave a great result
  6. yagi

    Yes, that's exactly what I did
  7. yagi

    I think soldering is better then other connectors
  8. The problem is that the 50-ohm cable is not available to me
  9. thank you ADMIN i will try it , but using the 75ohm cable
  10. thank you ADMIN I made an antenna according to this design and the result was very positive even though I used a 75 ohm cable Tested on 3G and 4G network The result in the photo is attached
  11. What are the correct measurements when using 75 ohms at the distance between the reflector-vibrator
  12. Hi Admin, I am looking for a 70 ohms version for this antenna, can I use 70 ohms RG6 for this Antenna ?
  13. it not work in 4g 1800 mhz ???