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Simple Dipole Antenna

Here are some quick notes about the parabolic type dish antennas you might find.  The actual antenna is a normal half wave dipole with an integrated balun and is located inside the sealed plastic cover.  The mesh screen is the reflector which concentrates the RF energy onto the antenna.  That is how dish antennas increase the received or transmitted power level.  Also, wireless cable service providers frown upon giving away their used dishes as they think you're going to steal cable service.

 

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This design looks like easy to made and it's great to use with dish. Hmm, have spare sattleite antenna dish but for 1280 Mhz. When will have more time will ask for dimensions for that frequency :)

 

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On 3/13/2017 at 11:09 PM, Admin said:

 

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in english please,,

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,,,you could still use google translation ... !!!

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Good, it can be so...

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On 8/27/2018 at 8:34 PM, Admin said:

Good, it can be so...

 

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what used material?? can you tell me about this detail, its look like easy to made. thanks

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,,,good, this is a general scheme...!!!

 

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,,,copper wire, copper pipe and coaxial cable...

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At the request of the Bajonet user, I present some constructive details below...

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,,, after the size of 102mm...!!1

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My friend, please explain how to properly power this design. I don't understand at all. :)

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