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miloudsatdz

IQ 4G Antenna 1800 Mhz

The 4G antenna is most widely used in Iraq

what do you think

 

 

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,,, as seen on YOU TUBE, the antenna has 4 elements...!!!

 

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17 minutes ago, Admin said:

,,, as seen on YOU TUBE, the antenna has 4 elements...!!!

 

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This is another type and imitates the first antenna

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Admin, 

Please can you simulate this antenna on a 90cm dish if possible?

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miloudsatdz,,, these would be the results of your antenna...

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,,,by the way, for which frequency do you want the antenna to work...???

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,,,congratulations....!!!

,,,can you also give some dimensions...???!!!

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Hamza .test the antenna with out this élément  and compare the différent

whene you use dish parabol

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,,,this would be the simulation...follow the dimensions....!!!

 

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,,,and as 'miloudsatdz' wants...

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Greetings  JOMY   very excellent job. i m so curious to know the level of isolation of 2 ports (crossports)  in your antenna design.  being so busy i will post the dimensions as you asked 

 

 

 

 

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Hamza, what do you mean by asymmetrical cuts(-3,-4)...???

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,,,,and where is the feed point located...???

,,, these would be the results with feeding points at 90 degrees...

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,,,it seems that the isolation between the ports is quite good...

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i love your work  my  friend   its  writen  in blue   the feed point  34 mm  from the  center  the antenna  is  made for 75 ohm

 

 

 

 

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Two ports are well isolated because two orthogonal modes are being exited with this configuration. Bandwidth at S11 -10dB is reduced.

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