Monday, March 15, 2010

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***Engadget builds and tests a BiQuad/Primestar combination ***

Miikka Raninen (OH3GPJ) builds and tests the biquad

Click here for details of Mark LaPierre's 1100ft link through forest canopy, and comparison with Pringles can performance.

Click here to link to Koen Weijand's page on using an 18inch dish and feed details

Link to my tutorial 'Antennas Enhance WLAN Security' from BYTE.com, October, 2001

Click here to read about the High Gain (15-17dBi) Slotted Waveguide WLAN antennas


Resources:

Other People using this design:

http://www.overclockers.com.au/article.php?id=118207

Link here for information and instructions on how to run NEC2 in a Microsoft Windows environment. There is also a sample NEC model that you can use to test your setup.

Take a look at my recent tutorial for BYTE.com describing antennas for WLAN deployment

The BiQuad antenna is a simple 2.4GHz WLAN antenna suitable for for 802.11 use. Details on how to construct this antenna, both as stand-alone and as a parabolic dish feed can be found at this link. The NEC simulation model, and sample output, can be found here.


An HTML version of the Users Manual for NEC has been created by Peter Richeson.
There are three parts to the manual:

Part I:
NEC Program Description - Theory
  1. HTML Verson
  2. PDF Version (view with a left mouse click, download with right click-save target)
Part II:
NEC Program Description - Code
  1. Not available yet
Part III:
NEC User's Guide
  1. HTML Verson
  2. PDF Version
  3. Self extracting zipped MS Word Version (download with right click-save target)

Peter has also collected a history of NEC development.



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