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Antenna with wire elements

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The biquad antenna is center fed and symmetric about its origin...!!!

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On 8/11/2016 at 7:09 PM, Admin said:

Amos Inverted Antenna

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I did built it...It's amazing...APs keep poping up...and isn't critical to point it...My Best antenna so far...(Adapted an minipci wlan card to it) it digs up more Routers than my wn722n...

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Hi

How to connect 4 zigZag elements 

i have crazy idea!

Is there image of feed point conections for alredy made 4 zigzag with 4 elements ?

thanks

 

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What Mike said.

To achieve the same inductance with a LOT more wire requires wider spacing.

Then why not just use a small cylinder coil?
capture area because the loop is not just the inductor but also the antenna.

73
kb0lxy

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On 9/2/2019 at 11:12 PM, Charlesopisp said:

What Mike said.

To achieve the same inductance with a LOT more wire requires wider spacing.

Then why not just use a small cylinder coil?
capture area because the loop is not just the inductor but also the antenna.

73
kb0lxy

,,,,, who is Mike ... ???

 

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,,,for this antenna...

fig1a-side rhombus1 = 0.25 * lambda
fig1b-side rhombus1 = 0.25 * lambda
        -side rhombus 2 = 0.5 * lambda
fig1c-side rhombus 2 = 0.5 * lambda

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,,,it would seem that a diminished form would be so....

(this is my idea...!!!!)

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,,,for fig1c, it must be tried this...!!!

 

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