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Antena Air Live WAI-102PA (v2)

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Let's make the next copy of the antenna..

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Caracteristicas: 

Conexion: por cable RG-178 a RP-SMA. 
Frecuencia: 2,4 ~ 2,5 GHz 
Impedancia: 50 ohmios. 
Ganancia: 10 dBi a longitud de cable "0" 
Polarización: Lineal 
Dimensiones: 100 x 65 x 30 mm 
Material: cobre (bronce) de 0,5 mm de espesor.

 

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,,,good, not everything that flies, is eating...
 

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,,,only if the reflector is increased to 80X100mm...

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Is this design change acceptable for the 2600 MHz frequency?

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14 minutes ago, garry said:

Is this design change acceptable for the 2600 MHz frequency?

Yes, it can ... !!!

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About that could be, with the same reflector ...

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I was a bit hasty, but the Director can be cut to size in the drawing.

And... that's what happened, the test will come when my 4G modem.

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,,,both the director and the vibrator must be shortened, the height instead of 5mm comes 4.75mm...!!!!

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The height of the M6 nut was 5 mm. Wiping it, I achieved the thickness of the nut 4.7 mm, more precisely I can not measure.

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,,,it"s okay...!!!

,,,if you make a panel with 4 such antennas, it will be the gain in directivity (15dBi)...!!!

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This design is not difficult to repeat. Method to balance the four elements in future antenna I don't know.

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""", something like this ,is hard to do ...???

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If the matching lines are made of copper wire, it is quite possible.

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Yes, the adjustment lines are made of copper wire with a diameter of 1.5 mm,
I will try to make a project with this antenna for you...!!!

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Thanks, buddy...!!! This project, I think, will be interesting to all users of our forum!

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Good, it seems that the antenna works very well but I think for reducing the impedance to 50 ohms, it is necessary to modify the diameter of the copper wire

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,,,and in a 4x4 panel version it looks like this...

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this is without sma connector, can it be applied? for 2,4ghz

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,,, sure, it can ... !!

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Our Bejonet user says ...

""hi friend,

i was made it, but still not good, unlucky me  

i dont have any instrument for check if this antenna is working or not, just try to connected to my router and wifi signal is not good..""

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"and still  I do not understand what the problem is ... !!! ???

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I have this design works well. Does the SMA connector match the connector on the router? If so, I don't know what can be changed.

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7 hours ago, garry said:

I have this design works well. Does the SMA connector match the connector on the router? If so, I don't know what can be changed.

what material do you use and how thick

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I think the thickness of the material is not that critical. I used galvanized steel with thickness 0.2 mm for the vibrator and the Director, reflector in galvanized steel with thickness of 0.5 mm.

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my mistake have  look at the picture,  nut not to  the center vibrator and director

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