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chilanzar2

1001 trifles for self-made antennas

 

Admin, what diameters and length are needed for the manufacture of antennas plastic bolts-nuts, spacers, washers? Usually.

 

I look at the aliexpress, there are many such plastics. How do you do when you need plastic products? Thanks for the answer.

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Antennas are short-circuited and not short-circuited. On open, not short-circuited antennas, what plastic bolts-nuts-spacers to use? There are different platters, and different sizes

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It has been determined that the nylon spacers between the patch element and the reflector originally shown in the drawings, degrade the performance of the antenna. It is suggested that the spacers are not installed. 

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So, the thinner the spacer, the better? On aliexpress buy such nylon bolts-nuts-spacers, or, no? 

In Uzbekistan, there are no such details

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Expanded Polystyrene Foam: the best spacer

 the permittivity is 1.02 – 1.04 with a loss factor less.

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13 hours ago, Admin said:

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Only ordered nylon bolts-nuts-spacers. In the meantime, so do mimo2600. It's ridiculous.:D

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It's not ridiculous, it's really good, and so ... tell me the results...!!!!

 

But tell me why the question marks...???????????????????, appear in the first picture

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Ooo, this is when the Cyrillic alphabet is written, then "????" Appear .. I apologize, did not notice

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No results for mimo2600. Because sma, F-male and other connectors are not present. Today crc9 & ts9 came. I collect all the necessary 1000 & 1 small things.

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I like your avatar...

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to try...!!1

 

 

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Erkin, why do not you try with insulating spacers from the motherboard of PC...

 

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Uuuu .. my boss, the size is at 2300-2400 !!!. Many thanks! Tomorrow I'll cut the rings with a laser. =======================

You liked my avatar! I will try to make sure that my movements please you. You are the guru in the world of antennas! =======================

With such nylon bolt-nuts, you can achieve better results. I think so.

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12 minutes ago, chilanzar2 said:

 

Uuuu .. my boss, the size is at 2300-2400 !!!. Many thanks! Tomorrow I'll cut the rings with a laser. =======================

My friend, do not rush, I'm still working on this kind of antenna

 

 

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Homemade F Connector

1. Adapter F
2. Angle washer on the M10 (like so called) bought in the furniture.
3. M10 die 1.5 thread pitch for threading. If not, then try to twist in corner. the puck if possible.

 

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