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Patch Sectoral Antenna MiMo 14dbi

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Buddy, I can not open your files, can you send another file format?

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,,,these are the files that can be imported...

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,,,for measurements try  using Corel Draw X4 Portable

,,,the distance between patches=73mm

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Thank You. Linear dimensions are clear from the picture with cells. The patch axis size is not clear. 5-6-7...mm? The material found. Aluminum 0.5 mm. I will cut on the CNC machine. The result will show.

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,,,did you have CNC-Machine...???

If you do not use PCB substrate, the dimensions are different...!!!

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 Homemade product. Box 900mm to 900mm. Screen ArtCAM knowingly shown above.

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"if you want, I can make an antenna simulation without using PCB Substrate,in the air and with other dimensions...!!!

"this would adapt to cutting with the CNC Machine...!!!

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It's gonna be really good. If IT's not hard. Thank You. On the top photo of the theme is not clear. There's a reflector in there. It's not shown at all. Its size??? I... the distance between the reflector, resonator, and Director. (weird translation of some) I Hope everything is clear. Thank You.

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>>>>more than that can"t be...!!!

 

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Thank You. But it's hard to understand the design. (Can we infringe copyright?) There is a reflector, vibrator, Director. What is the distance between them? The size of the reflector what? Antenna interesting for me accuracy a repeat of. This will allow my CNC. You can just hand cut out of aluminium, but the accuracy will be less. Thanks again.

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hRV=5mm,hVD=5mm ,R=1x130x320mm

,,,but why you use aliminium ...?? how do you solder it?

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Solder is not a problem. The big problem is to manufacture in size... There are solders for tinning aluminum or just a small brass tube. Just all need to be isolated from moisture. That was not a galvanic couple. IMHO. There is a foil of brass, but too thin...  Here's another I found about this antenna: http://teknikkomputerjaringan.com/membuat-pcb-antenna-sectoral-2-4ghz-14dbi/

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Okay, let's see, may be we can find a simple geometric shape ...!!!


Or maybe something like that ,,,,

 

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Small report. With 0.5 mm aluminum it is a problem to cut by mill. Take 1mm or double-sided tape to attach to the plane. Was reserval foil glass fiber. It worked out. Some photos.

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,,,the same as in the original...!!!1

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