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Indoor antenna "triple square" Signal 3.0

One of the very common types of antennas are loop antennas "triple square". And this applies not only to television, but to various types of wireless communication — Wi-Fi, 3G etc.

Of course, frequency UHF 470 — 862 MHz are lower than Wi-Fi 2.4 GHz, but it is also worth considering.

 

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Central plastic stand is a holder for the active vibrator contains a passive antenna and the matching Board:

in the form of equivalent half-wave cable loops on single sided PCB:

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The plastic center column with cable and the Central frame — the active vibrator (square side — 126mm):

Rear frame reflector (side of the square — 154 mm) with bottom plastic spacer:

Front frame — Director (the side of the square — 108 mm) with plastic spacer:

Distance between the rear frame and the Central — 78 mm, and between Central and front — 58 mm.

All part of used stainless steel wire diameter 4 mm.

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,,,no,I think that the director's clearance, it"s not taken into account in the model when calculating...!!!

 

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