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What can do, with a cover pate!

If you like pate, do not throw the covers, are good, to manufacture circular antenna patches

 

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WILL NOT BE EASIER ,MiMo ... !!!

 

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,"and here is a patch-yagi antenna made only from tin cans....

 

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,,,a simpler method by using a winged reflector...

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,,, another form of patches feeding...

 

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 A simpler solution for getting a wide band panel antenna is this ...

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With some very good results...

 

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"Yes, of course, these lids of liver pudding boxes are formidable.....!!!!

Powerful 3G and 4G  panel antenna for receiving the weak of the Internet on a smartphone

Thanks shown to the idea now you can build your own simple, but extremely powerful antenna for its size, which can stably make a weak Internet signals 3G and 4G on your mobile phone or tablet. This panel is workable even when the other antenna is inefficient.

 

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,,, for those interested, I present below the constructive dimensions of this antenna panel...

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,,,that's how a box cover is cut out...

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Another "adventure" with these liver pate caps ... !!!!

,,, it"s a panel antenna having a double frequency band (3G + 4G)

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