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  1. Originally designed for 5.8 (with HIGH LOSSES and low gain) Inverse engineered to 2,4 ghz wjith High GAIN and Better Efficiency s on FR4 ...modelling right now...almost there...Close to 20dbi
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  3. UK 's Amateur radio unit (3.5ghz) reverse engineered to 2,4 ...working on it Using teflon as dielectric about 30 by 35 cms It SHOULD be closer to 18dbi... Efficiency still low...(depends on DIELECTRIC and Thickness)