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BatWing antenna 2.4 ghz

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On 12/9/2020 at 6:54 PM, Harry36 said:

I do not understand what you are talking about.
on Lan23 I'm Mr. Nemo. :)

:D;)

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On 15/02/2020 at 3:31 PM, Admin said:

,,, and finally, the latest UWB batwing  antenna model is optimized...!!!

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It's dielectric support or metallic support?

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5 hours ago, Admin said:

,,,metal, M3 screw...!!!!

thanks jomy  .how  could i pass the  coax cable  ?

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,,, something like that ... 

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 for cross polarization...

 

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On 15.02.2020 at 5:31 PM, Admin said:

,,, and finally, the latest UWB batwing  antenna model is optimized...!!!

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Hi
One question - what about distance between the centers of batwings and reflector size for MIMO?

And 50 or 75 Om cable?

TNX!:)

 

 

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 ,,, coaxial cable with 50 Ohm impedance and a box with the dimensions below for MiMo Batwing antennas...

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 ,,, an improvement of the Batwing antenna with dielectric lens...

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,,, where do you see insulators at the wings of the box ... ???

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,,, of course, you can't see ... !!! ???

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3 hours ago, mr.ab said:

are these metal elements?

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JOMY how  about the isolation (coupling) of 2 ports  in this  mimo antenna ? IS it good ?

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 I think this connection between ports is not the right one....!!!

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