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New Butterfly Antenna

Recently,a new antenna configuration known as  Bow Tie Antenna (BTA) or Butterfly Antenna(BFA) are proposed with broadband and high gain properties . The Butterfly Antenna is shaped from four side  quadrilateral sheet feed in the vertex. This kind of antenna is defined by quadrilateral the  flare angle only. 

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,,,for the antenna panel ... ???

 

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Wow, congratulations ... !! 1
and how does it work ...... ??

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Is there something wrong with my design, I use PVC that is given glue between the patch and the reflector? but this works well, a little better than the "simple antenna" that I have made

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,,,yes, it is good that you put insulators, I will see how it goes with the galvanic link between the patch and the reflector...!!1

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 ,,,patch suspension by 3mm conductor ...

 

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I changed the design, is it correct??

but why yours VSWR working on frequency 2,519 ghz

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,,,for the galvanic antenna, I tried to keep the initial dimensions of the patch ... ???
and further, has a frequency range of 2.4, ---- 2.65 GHz

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so,, that means this antenna can still work at a frequency of 2.4ghz ??

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and finally,,, this antenna pair with my outdoor modified TP-Link MR3220 ubnt bullet m2 firmware installed 

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,,,hi buddy....!!!

,,,and how  it works  this installation .. ??
 

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,,,, no, not with these dimensions ... !!!

,,, here is an example ...

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Since I didn't have 150x200mm fr4, I made this with 100x200mm fr4, and it still working good

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