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clanon

MikroTik QRT 5 antenna

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On 11/22/2020 at 0:06 AM, Admin said:

Clanon, this antenna is very difficult to build ... !!
,,,try to post something simpler...DIY...!!!

hahha lol

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yes it is very hard and wouldnt wastimg my time with such design

 

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but it would be really nice to see how it performs on the simulations...;)

24dbi for 64 dipoles is NOT that good...(lots of losses apparently)

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Posted (edited)

Original design from which this antenna was "borrowed"..."stolen"... Expanded to 24 db by MikroTik

nice port separation , tho...

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,,, and dimensions ... ??

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The original PAPER is on IEEE ( paid log in )

ALL QRTs MiMo seems to use it...

trying to simulate it...so far no luck (i think it's PTFE the substrate...but NO DIMENSIONS ...yet

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