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aurel

BatWing antenna 2.4 ghz

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3 hours ago, Admin said:

Rond Batwing

Thank you. I opened the batwing rond.dxf you sent me and it looks like this on the 2nd page.

The graph doesn't look very good at 1800MHz. Is it different?

The diameter of the antenna in "batwing rond.dxf" is 103mm. What is the diameter of the reflector? And what is the distance, 35mm?

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Thank you for updating the post above with the images.

I think the 186mm is the diameter of the cone base. What is the height of the cone and the outside diameter?

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Perhaps someone will help the room version of the batwing antenna implementation...

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,,,,almost perfect...!!!!

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On 3/8/2023 at 9:34 AM, Admin said:

,,,see that in this topic there is something like that...!!!

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How is the central part? are X-oriented and Y-oriented antennas touching each other?

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On 17/4/2022 at 9:42 PM, Admin said:

,,,it would be nice if you could show through a tutorial how to do an optimization and run faster in CST Microwave Studio...!!!

I agree. Really interesting, BTW

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,,,I considered it sensible to resume Aurel's idea from the beginning and to present a version of the Batwing wire antenna...

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Or something like this, Petra 10 analog.

Can be done in MIMO?

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,,,maybe...I will try to do it...!!!

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Posted (edited)

On 17.06.2024 at 0:29 AM, fjaxo said:

Or something like this, Petra 10 analog.

Can be done in MIMO?

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interesting antenna on the 0.88G. Share antenna sizes? Or project if modeling in CST Studio

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On 8/3/2023 at 9:34 AM, Admin said:

,,,see that in this topic there is something like that...!!!

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try post cst file!!! 

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I don't think I have this file anymore...!!!

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On 11/25/2023 at 7:25 AM, Admin said:

,,,r=8mm,you want round batwing for the frequency of 1800 MHz...??

 

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share cst file!!!

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I don't have the file anymore, but there are drawings on this post...!!!

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Posted (edited)

On 8/26/2020 at 10:00 PM, Admin said:

Covid-20

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Can this design be extended? (700-900) - (1700-2700) - (3330-3800)

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,,, yes, the frequency band can be extended, but it's extra work...!!!

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,,, okay try to do it when you have time....!!!!

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