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Biquad Antenna

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If you want to start this hobby, you should microquadrocopteral. Can be flown both indoor and outdoor
Also, the risk of breakage is small if you are small and crash.
I will write you the materials you need, my friend.

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Derleme yapacağım ve size en uygun ekipmanları satın almak için bağlantılarla birlikte excel listesini gönderirim.

I will never forget this goodness.
One question....
Do you use the CST Studio program for antenna design
It's really a great program. I would like to learn a lot

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If you know SolidWorks, it's very easy to learn CST Studio

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I know solidwork well. I will download cst and dig it. I think cst lessons are useful for forum

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And the other variant,,,

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Dude, you are absolutely perfect. I built the first Antenna and tested it. The results are great.

 

 

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Another solution you can not find ,,, ??

No metal screws,,,!!
Put insulating spacers ... !!!

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new form on *igs file

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Efeksk, can you tell me the dielectric constant to FR4 you have?

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I have taken dielectric constant= 4,43 ,,,, maybe this is the difference...!!! but I do not think too,,,!!

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No. Already on average between 4.25 and 4.60. Such a small dielectric constant does not affect the frequency.

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"Then metal screws are to blame," !!!

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I would like to manufacture this design with fr4 of 1mm thickness. What about you?

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,,,no,try without metal screws ... !!!

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These measurements were made without bolts.
I will send you measurements made when you have bolts

 

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35 minutes ago, efeksk said:

I would like to manufacture this design with fr4 of 1mm thickness. What about you?

Then everything changes...!!!

I will try this option too, !!!

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Component specified as abs.
FR4 Epoxy material. It's very different from plastic material. No choice between epoxi options

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Which antenna is more effective at 5800 MHz frequency over long distances

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