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BESTER BDM-2 3G ANTENNA, 15dBi

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The BDM-2 is a wave channel with crack initiation, and delay line is made of sequentially installed disk elements.

Compared to classic antenna BDM new directed antenna BDM-2 is:
More gain;
Improved radiation pattern;
More stable operating parameters;
Greater reliability;
Superior mechanical characteristics.

 

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Today completed the antenna. What to say....
The link below is the same and easier to manufacture:

 

 

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, why don't you try this,for the first time...???

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,,, it may be other dimensions, it must be checked however ... !!!

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2 hours ago, Admin said:

why don't you try this,for the first time...???

It's not urgent.

2 hours ago, Admin said:

,,, it may be other dimensions, it must be checked however ... !!!

Check if you have time. 

Why two ports? There is no MIMO support on 3g networks.

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Well, then tell me for which frequency range...???!!!

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,, with galvanized sheet, quoting thickness ... 1mm or 0.5mm...???

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1 hour ago, vars-cat said:

Too difficult task?

,,,my friend, I've been pretty busy the last few days..!!!

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On 26.11.2019 at 0:00 PM, Admin said:

,,,my friend, I've been pretty busy the last few days..!!!

.....!!!,,,,,,,,Still pretty busy?,,,,,,,,,,!!!.....

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11 hours ago, Admin said:

But, why don't you try it...???

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Because you posted a new drawing 11 hours ago :)

And what about this? 

On 22.11.2019 at 11:52 AM, vars-cat said:

Why two ports? There is no MIMO support on 3g networks.

 

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,,, give me the dimensions to this connector F(in section)...!!!

These connectors are for 75 Ohm impedance...???

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59 minutes ago, Admin said:

,,, give me the dimensions to this connector F(in section)...!!!

These connectors are for 75 Ohm impedance...???

,,, I wrote to Yurik82 to give measurements (he took measurements). Waiting for his answer...!!!

Yes, 75 Ohm...

 

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If you are friends with these people, why don't you ask them to solve your problem...???!!!

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6 minutes ago, Admin said:

If you are friends with these people, why don't you ask them to solve your problem...???!!!

I asked, but he wouldn't help. This must be a very difficult task.

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20 hours ago, Admin said:

I do not believe that...!!

Unfortunately this is true. Didn’t even give a connector model..

 

22 hours ago, Admin said:

,,, give me the dimensions to this connector F(in section)...!!!

Here you go (big thanks to Sergey Sychugov).

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