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2000\12\12@104351 by Shawn Yates

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hello all,

       Anyone have any plans or resources they are willing to share to make
a home made 2.4Ghz antenna of any kind, of particular interest is a yagi or
corner reflector.  I have found some programs that will calculate antenna
design given an impedance and some other characteristics, but none of them
go up to 2.4Ghz.  Any ideas?

Thanks
Shawn

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2000\12\12@112247 by Wynn Rostek

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Check the library for the ARRL handbook. Also see if they have the ARRL
Antenna Handbook, the UHF Experimenter's Handbook and the Satellite's
Experimeters Handbook.

All of this is from memory, so some of the titles are slightly off. Better
titles tomorrow.

Wynn Rostek

ARS WB4ZUY

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2000\12\12@115856 by Gordon Varney (personal)

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Shawn,
   Just type in "antenna" "ham" "design" into any search engine. I prefer
http://search.go.com You can search within a search, until you narrow it
down to what you are looking for.  You will be reading for some time, but
there are design examples out there. I have found many.

Gordon Varney

> hello all,
>
>         Anyone have any plans or resources they are willing to share to
make
> a home made 2.4Ghz antenna of any kind, of particular interest is a yagi
or
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2000\12\12@120117 by Dale Botkin

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On Tue, 12 Dec 2000, Wynn Rostek wrote:

> Check the library for the ARRL handbook. Also see if they have the ARRL
> Antenna Handbook, the UHF Experimenter's Handbook and the Satellite's
> Experimeters Handbook.
>
> All of this is from memory, so some of the titles are slightly off. Better
> titles tomorrow.

ARRL Antenna Book has this, I am almost 100% certain.  I remember seeing
some really interesting loop Yagis for 1.2G and up, and I'm sure there
were plans for 2.4G as well.

73 de Dale n0xas
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2000\12\12@121325 by David VanHorn

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At 10:43 AM 12/12/00 -0500, you wrote:
>hello all,
>
>        Anyone have any plans or resources they are willing to share to make
>a home made 2.4Ghz antenna of any kind, of particular interest is a yagi or
>corner reflector.  I have found some programs that will calculate antenna
>design given an impedance and some other characteristics, but none of them
>go up to 2.4Ghz.  Any ideas?

A warning:  At these frequencies, pretty much every dimension is critical.
Be prepared to make some adjustments :)

Otherwise, you can scale designs for 440 MHz antennas up to 2400.

Try a search for "loop yagi"

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2000\12\12@164414 by Barry King

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Shawn,

You did say:
> a home made 2.4Ghz antenna
... but I thought I'd pass along that I just finished a project where
we used some commercial Cushcraft Patch antennae.  They worked great
and came with several nice mounting brackets for different
applications.

Their "DirectLink" antenna.

http://www.cushcraft.com

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