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Reconfigurable Ultra-Wideband Antenna Array Kit – part 2 (Spacing)

Why Spacing Matters Firstly, the antenna array I am designing is a fixed in-phase array. Hence we assume that the total path length from each antenna to the single input/output connection are the same length. This makes the design and

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Ultra-Wideband Antenna Lab Measurements

My Vivaldi Antenna was recently tested by Antenna Test Lab who offer an excellent professional antenna testing facility. Antenna Test Lab are able to provide customers with full 2D/3D antenna measurement using their anechoic antenna testing chamber.

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UWB Antenna R&D Survey

I am conducting a quick survey to help discover what developments people would most like to take my UWB antenna forward. I would be really grateful if you could take a few minutes to have your say.

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Reconfigurable Ultra-Wideband Antenna Array Kit – part 1

My next project after successfully building my Ultra-Wideband Vivaldi antenna is to use it to create a UWB antenna array. I will assume that most readers are at least slightly familiar with the concept of an array, I will give

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Making an Ultra-Wideband Antenna – Part 3 (performance)

Update – this antenna was professionally measured at AntennaTetLab – results here Follow this link to see more info on the original creation of the Palm Tree Vivaldi Antenna developed by Dr. Alexandre at the Laboratory Maxwell in Brazil. Final

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Making an Ultra-Wideband Antenna – Part 2 (Introducing the Palm Tree Vivaldi Antenna)

The Vivaldi Antenna My chosen antenna design is a version of the Vivaldi antenna. The Vivaldi was named by fellow Brit Peter Gibson. It is believed that the name came out of Gibson’s love of classical music, and in may

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Making an Ultra-wideband Antenna – Part 1 (UWB Antenna Options)

Having backed the new LimeSDR mini crowdsupply campaign, I am expecting delivery of a highly capable software radio with the ability to receive and transmit at frequencies up to 3.8GHz. This is brilliant and the small size means that it can always

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