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A Simple Patch Antenna

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,,,a simple patch MiMo antenna...

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,,,this type of  MiMO simple patch antenna has the advantage of a wide range of frequencies(2,35-2,65 GHz)

 

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working with broken tplink TL-ANT2415D make me crazy,

still better this antenna

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if i changes the thick of material, 3-4mm for reflector and 1mm for other, will it affect the results??

i solder spacer with all patch and reflector,

 

and what degree beamwidth for this type antenna

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,,,changing the thickness of the material, does not have much influence on the antenna characteristics...!!!

I do not have this file anymore, I should resume this type of antenna...!!!

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Oh, okay, Andrew is a good guy but if he could do both program simulations and optimizations would be even better,not only checking with the spectrometer is enough...!!!!

The dimensions of my antennas above are given by me and are not copied according to the original model...!!1

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",,,, so it should look like a real optimization....!!!!

 

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,,,and these are the dimensions...!!!

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what mean Re(Z1,1) = 38.9??? it is not 50 ohm???

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Yes, you are right, but this can be adjusted via the feed pin diameter and the distance "h"...!!!

,,,but anyway the antenna is in the study to be MiMo ....!!!

 

 

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stupid question,,,,... what effect, if the antenna does not have an impedance of 50 ohms

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,,,then install cst2019...!!!

"but I do not think you can not open with cst2016 ,,,, !!! is 64 or 32 bit ... ??? must be on 64bit...!!!

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try install cst2018 64bit, my computer is not support, looking for cst2019 32bit but nothing found, is student edition support for your cst file??

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I made this antenna but I don't know the gain... ahahaha

The design is derived from WAI102PA..

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reflector - 90mm (bottom) , 104mm (top)

Lid height - 17mm (70deg)

 

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hi admin, do i need a sleeve for this one? if so, how long is the sleeve..thank you..

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Eric, let me do a simulation and then see...!!!

,,,,but you see that the patch antenna is not in the center of the pyramid trunk (reflector)...!!!

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