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The Bi-Quad antenna is one of the handiest, cheapest and easiest to . Hello: Many people use h=18 mm. why 30mm for biquad antennas? The Making of a Beast: Part Two, the BiQuad Antenna: So now that basics are done on the WRT54G; now it is time to create the antenna I want to use. I have a. The BiQuad antenna is fairly easy to build and provides reliable gain and it has very forgiving design. You can make quite a big margin of error.
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There are plenty of tutorials for these steps: Pictures below not to scale Element bending Before you start to bend the wire, make it straight as you can. Ensure each side of the element is as straight and symmetrical as possible.
The more accurate you do the better as the analysis shows a huge impact in element dimensions. Guidance and recommendations N-connector in the center of reflector. biquad antenna
Maintain correct spacing between the element and the reflector! Biquad antenna copper pipe should be protruding approx 16mm through the hole, measured on the copper side of the PCB.
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I found a small gas torch works quite well. Making the Element The element is made from a length of copper wire, bent into the appropriate shape.
Note that the length of biquad antenna "side" should be as close to biquad antenna The bend should be quite sharp and pronounced.
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Do the same to the other side, resulting in the biquad shape. Clean up all your bends, and ensure each side of the element is as straight as possible, and as close to Note that you may need to trim a small amount off each end of the wire to achieve this.
Assembly The element must now be attached to the reflector. Note that only the two "ends" of the copper wire are to be attached to the copper pipe - the centre of the copper wire must not touch the copper pipe hence the biquad antenna which was cut into the end of the biquad antenna pipe.
The copper wire element should be approximately 15mm away from the reflector.
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Testing antenna performance while varying the spacing between the copper wire element and the rear reflector indicates that a spacing of approx 15mm provides the lowest Biquad antenna test results available here. Refer to some of the additional photos below for details.
Using coax to feed the biquad element directly, and positioning the coax inside the copper tube achieves this. Use of bare conductors as a biquad antenna between the reflector and biquad element results in a radiating feed such as this onewhich will have a detrimental effect on the biquad's performance.
I used a coax crimper to crimp biquad antenna end of the copper pipe onto the coax. This ensures that the coax would not move inside the copper pipe.
If desired, you can add spacers at each end of the element, to ensure the element doesn't move in relation to the reflector. Refer to my double biquad page for more details on making spacers biquad antenna support the element. If you intend to mount the biquad outside, I'd recommend you place it into a weather-proof enclosure, to prevent corrosion, and to prevent water ingress into the coax.
I used a copper pipe with 7. By now biquad antenna should have the following components: Bi-Quad components Step 4: Solder the copper pipe to the ground plane.
Note biquad antenna both pieces should be sanded to have rough surfaces and preheated in order for the solder to take easily.