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Antena Air Live WAI-102PA (v2)

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3 hours ago, bejonet said:

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

,,,good, I do not think this problem influences too much....!!!
,,,what displacement has the nut...???

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On 9/26/2018 at 0:34 PM, Admin said:

AirLive1.jpg

 

i thinking if measurement 30mm from director and vibrator not from reflector :D  and i use reflector size is 80x100mm

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,,,these are the dimensions ... !!!

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the length of the director and vibrator is 56mm, while the nut distance from the long side is 30mm, so the nut is not in the center ?? that's what I meant

 

I tried using a comparison of tplink wr-741nd with default  omni and this antenna, the result is still better using omni

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" be careful ... vibrator size = 53mmx56mm

                     directory size = 48mmx60mm

 

 

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I thought the length of the director and vibrator were the same, meaning the director was longer than the vibrator right? :D  thanks brother..

another question ..
what about models like this, for the 2400mhz sectoral antenna, is it possible?

sectoral live antenna.png

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,,,yes, that's possible, but from where did you get this picture ... ??? !!!

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On 10/11/2018 at 10:35 PM, Admin said:

,,,yes, that's possible, but from where did you get this picture ... ??? !!!

i edited from photoshop, i have plan to made some high gain sectoral 2,4ghz which is easy to manufacture, maybe you have any reference for that brother?

if possible without  sma or n-male connector, just using coaxial cable only, coz i want to direct solder to the router 

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"why do not you try this....

But I think I'm going to try to make a sector antenna with the patches(rectangular) in this post...!!!

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,,,hi buddy...!!!!

it works...???

"But attention ... the null potential point comes to the center of the reflector...!!!

 

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