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Amateur Vertical Antenna Calculator This basic calculator is designed to give the aproximate length height of a particular vertical antenna, for the frequency and wavelength chosen. Log Periodic Antenna Design calculates the dimensions and spacings of the elements needed to build a log periodic antenna, given tao, sigma and the lower and upper cutoff frequencies.

A simple jscript calculator at Antenna Elmer. Slim Jim antenna calculator How to make a simple but effective Slim Jim antenna.

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It includes a calculator to work out all the mesurements for the frequency you require. The formula and basics theory of Yagi Antenna are also explained with examples. Link to a spreadsheet for calculating the mast bending stress based on wind speed and antenna cross sectional area. Includes an usefull inch to meter converter [ Hits: Votes: 2 Rating: 6. This article help to determine correct wire lenght. This online calculator tells you how. Both metric and English units of measurement are supported.

Quarter-wave matching section lengths are also calculated. They are one of the easiest to design. Find a tube with a circumference equal to one wavelength, and wrap wire in a helix spaced a quarter wavelengt [ Hits: Votes: 12 Rating: 6. The J-pole antenna consists of a short and a long vertical pole with a feed point near the bottom. The antenna looks like the letter J, hence the name J-pole antenna. This small loop antenna calculator allow to determine capacitance and voltage based on Loop circumference, desired resonant frequency, conductor diameter and the operating power [ Hits: Votes: 21 Rating: 6.

Giving in input the loop perimeter, loop diameter and loop conductor will calculate electric characteristics, bandwidth, and efficiency [ Hits: Votes: 0 Rating: 0 ] Magnetic Loop calculator - Magnetic loop antenna calculator and loop antenna design program for windows let you calculate dimensions for magnetic loops antennas, in german [ Hits: Votes: 26 Rating: 4.

Design your moxon antenna online giving wire diameter and resonant frequency [ Hits: Votes: 15 Rating: 5. This calculator is a tool for designing balanced transmission lines with a specific desired characteristic impedance Zc and made of parallel circular conductors of a given diameter d. Simply give the resonating frequency and it will calculate size of each element.

Excel spreadsheet [ Hits: Votes: 2 Rating: 6 ] Quadrifilar helicoidal calculator - Calculate design for a quadrifilar helicoidal antenna [ Hits: Votes: 8 Rating: 6. Download the xls file and watch the presentation video include in this page [ Hits: Votes: 0 Rating: 0 ] RF Transmission Line Loss Calculator - This calculator computes the matched line loss for a transmission line using a model calibrated from data for the transmission line types built in to the calculator. It also gives an estimate of the mismatched loss if the mismatch is specified.

The algorithm implemented in this calculator is the result of 40 years of experience in the HF Antenna sector.

Given the Wind Speed, the total antenna square area, and the boom length, it will return the calculated torque value. Long yagis are commonly used from the MHz amateur band to the 2.A horn antenna or microwave horn is an antenna that consists of a flaring metal waveguide shaped like a horn to direct radio waves in a beam.

One of the first horn antennas was constructed in by Bengali-Indian radio researcher Jagadish Chandra Bose in his pioneering experiments with microwaves. Southworth [6] [7] [8] [9] The development of radar in World War 2 stimulated horn research to design feed horns for radar antennas. The corrugated horn invented by Kay in has become widely used as a feed horn for microwave antennas such as satellite dishes and radio telescopes. An advantage of horn antennas is that since they have no resonant elements, they can operate over a wide range of frequenciesa wide bandwidth.

A horn antenna is used to transmit radio waves from a waveguide a metal pipe used to carry radio waves out into space, or collect radio waves into a waveguide for reception.

It typically consists of a short length of rectangular or cylindrical metal tube the waveguideclosed at one end, flaring into an open-ended conical or pyramidal shaped horn on the other end. The waves then radiate out the horn end in a narrow beam. In some equipment the radio waves are conducted between the transmitter or receiver and the antenna by a waveguide; in this case the horn is attached to the end of the waveguide.

In outdoor horns, such as the feed horns of satellite dishes, the open mouth of the horn is often covered by a plastic sheet transparent to radio waves, to exclude moisture. A horn antenna serves the same function for electromagnetic waves that an acoustical horn does for sound waves in a musical instrument such as a trumpet. It provides a gradual transition structure to match the impedance of a tube to the impedance of free space, enabling the waves from the tube to radiate efficiently into space.

If a simple open-ended waveguide is used as an antenna, without the horn, the sudden end of the conductive walls causes an abrupt impedance change at the aperture, from the wave impedance in the waveguide to the impedance of free spaceabout ohms. This is similar to the reflection at an open-ended transmission line or a boundary between optical mediums with a low and high index of refractionlike at a glass surface. The reflected waves cause standing waves in the waveguide, increasing the SWRwasting energy and possibly overheating the transmitter.

In addition, the small aperture of the waveguide less than one wavelength causes significant diffraction of the waves issuing from it, resulting in a wide radiation pattern without much directivity. To improve these poor characteristics, the ends of the waveguide are flared out to form a horn.

The taper of the horn changes the impedance gradually along the horn's length. The taper functions similarly to a tapered transmission lineor an optical medium with a smoothly varying refractive index. In addition, the wide aperture of the horn projects the waves in a narrow beam.

The horn shape that gives minimum reflected power is an exponential taper. However conical and pyramidal horns are most widely used, because they have straight sides and are easier to design and fabricate.

The waves travel down a horn as spherical wavefronts, with their origin at the apex of the horn, a point called the phase center. The pattern of electric and magnetic fields at the aperture plane at the mouth of the horn, which determines the radiation patternis a scaled-up reproduction of the fields in the waveguide. Because the wavefronts are spherical, the phase increases smoothly from the edges of the aperture plane to the center, because of the difference in length of the center point and the edge points from the apex point.

The difference in phase between the center point and the edges is called the phase error. This phase error, which increases with the flare angle, reduces the gain and increases the beamwidth, giving horns wider beamwidths than similar-sized plane-wave antennas such as parabolic dishes. As the size of a horn expressed in wavelengths is increased, the phase error increases, giving the horn a wider radiation pattern. Keeping the beamwidth narrow requires a longer horn smaller flare angle to keep the phase error constant.

The increasing phase error limits the aperture size of practical horns to about 15 wavelengths; larger apertures would require impractically long horns. Below are the main types of horn antennas. Horns can have different flare angles as well as different expansion curves elliptic, hyperbolic, etc.

For a given frequency and horn length, there is some flare angle that gives minimum reflection and maximum gain. The internal reflections in straight-sided horns come from the two locations along the wave path where the impedance changes abruptly; the mouth or aperture of the horn, and the throat where the sides begin to flare out.Less Weight.

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Your Unmatched Advantage. Our Unique Benefit. Our Novel Process.The Holmdel Horn Antenna is a large microwave horn antenna that was used as a satellite communication antenna and radio telescope during the s at Bell Telephone Laboratories in Holmdel Township, New JerseyUnited States.

## Horn antenna

This helped change the science of cosmology, the study of the history of the universe, from a field for unlimited theoretical speculation into a discipline of direct observation. The horn antenna at Bell Telephone Laboratories in Holmdel, New Jersey, was constructed in to support Project Echothe National Aeronautics and Space Administration 's passive communications satellites, [8] [5] which used large aluminized plastic balloons as reflectors to bounce radio signals from one point on the Earth to another.

The antenna is 50 feet 15 m in length with a radiating aperture of 20 by 20 feet 6 by 6 m and is constructed of aluminum. The antenna's elevation wheel, which surrounds the midsection of the horn, is 30 feet 10 m in diameter and supports the weight of the structure by means of rollers mounted on a base frame. All axial or thrust loads are taken by a large ball bearing at the narrow apex end of the horn.

The horn continues through this bearing into the equipment building or cab. The ability to locate receiver equipment at the horn apex, thus eliminating the noise contribution of a connecting line, is an important feature of the antenna. A radiometer for measuring the intensity of radiant energy is located in the cab. The triangular base frame of the antenna is made from structural steel. It rotates on wheels about a center pintle ball bearing on a turntable track 30 feet 10 m in diameter.

The faces of the wheels are cone-shaped to minimize contact friction. A tangential force of pounds N is sufficient to start the antenna rotating on the turntable. The antenna beam can be directed to any part of the sky using the turntable for azimuth adjustments and the elevation wheel to change the elevation angle or altitude above the horizon. With the exception of the steel base frame, which was made by a local steel company, the antenna was fabricated and assembled by the Holmdel Laboratory shops under the direction of Mr.

Anderson, who also collaborated on the design. Assistance in the design was also given by Messrs. O'Regan and S. Construction of the antenna was completed under the direction of A.

When not in use, the turntable azimuth sprocket drive is disengaged, allowing the structure to " weathervane " and seek a position of minimum wind resistance. A plastic clapboarded utility shed 10 by 20 feet 3 by 6 m with two windows, a double door, and a sheet-metal roof, is located on the ground next to the antenna.

This structure houses equipment and controls for the antenna and is included as a part of the designation as a National Historic Landmark. The antenna has not been used for several decades. This type of antenna is called a Hogg or horn-reflector antennainvented by Alfred C. Beck and Harald T. Friis in A Hogg horn combines several characteristics useful for radio astronomy. It is extremely broad-bandhas calculable aperture efficiencyand the walls of the horn shield it from radiation coming from angles outside the main beam axis.

The back and side lobes are therefore so minimal that scarcely any thermal energy is received from the ground. Consequently, it is an ideal radio telescope for accurate measurements of low levels of weak background radiation.

The antenna has a gain of about The original material in this article was taken from a National Park Service publication which in turn used the following sources:.

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Horn antennas often have a directional radiation pattern with a high antenna gainwhich can range up to 25 dB in some cases, with dB being typical. Horn antennas have a wide impedance bandwidthimplying that the input impedance is slowly varying over a wide frequency range which also implies low values for S11 or VSWR.

The bandwidth for practical horn antennas can be on the order of for instance, operating from 1 GHz GHzwith a bandwidth not being uncommon. The gain of horn antennas often increases and the beamwidth decreases as the frequency of operation is increased.

This is because the size of the horn aperture is always measured in wavelengths; at higher frequencies the horn antenna is "electrically larger"; this is because a higher frequency has a smaller wavelength. Since the horn antenna has a fixed physical size say a square aperture of 20 cm across, for instancethe aperture is more wavelengths across at higher frequencies.

And, a recurring theme in antenna theory is that larger antennas in terms of wavelengths in size have higher directivities. Horn antennas have very little loss, so the directivity of a horn is roughly equal to its gain. Horn antennas are somewhat intuitive and relatively simple to manufacture. In addition, acoustic horn antennas are also used in transmitting sound waves for example, with a megaphone. Horn antennas are also often used to feed a dish antenna, or as a "standard gain" antenna in measurements.

Popular versions of the horn antenna include the E-plane horn, shown in Figure 1. This horn antenna is flared in the E-plane, giving the name. The horizontal dimension is constant at w. Figure 1. E-plane horn antenna. Another example of a horn antenna is the H-plane horn, shown in Figure 2. This horn is flared in the H-plane, with a constant height for the waveguide and horn of h. Figure 2. H-Plane horn antenna.

The most popular horn antenna is flared in both planes as shown in Figure 3. This is a pyramidal horn, and has a width B and height A at the end of the horn. Figure 3. Pyramidal horn antenna. Horn antennas are typically fed by a section of a waveguide, as shown in Figure 4. The waveguide itself is often fed with a short dipolewhich is shown in red in Figure 4.

A waveguide is simply a hollow, metal cavity see the waveguide tutorial.

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Waveguides are used to guide electromagnetic energy from one place to another. The E-field distribution for the dominant mode is shown in the lower part of Figure 1. Figure 4.The antenna is the most visible part of the satellite communicationon system. The antenna transmits and receives the modulated carrier signal at the radio frequency RF portion of the electromagnetic spectrum.

For satellite communication, the frequencies range from about 0. These frequencies represent microwaves, with wavelengths on the order of one meter down to below one centimeter. High frequencies, and the corresponding small wavelengths, permit the use of antennas having practical dimensions for commercial use. This article summarizes the basic properties of antennas used in satellite communication and derives several fundamental relations used in antenna design and RF link analysis.

Using a sensitive torsion balance, he demonstrated its validity experimentally for forces of both repulsion and attraction. At the beginning of the nineteenth century, the electrochemical cell was invented by Alessandro Volta, professor of natural philosophy at the University of Pavia in Italy. The cell created an electromotive force, which made the production of continuous currents possible. Then in at the University of Copenhagen, Hans Christian Oersted made the momentous discovery that an electric current in a wire could deflect a magnetic needle.

News of this discovery was communicated to the French Academy of Sciences two months later. Within six years the theory of steady currents was complete. These laws were also "action at a distance" laws, that is, expressed directly in terms of the distances between the current elements. Subsequently, inthe British scientist Michael Faraday demonstrated the reciprocal effect, in which a moving magnet in the vicinity of a coil of wire produced an electric current.

A field produced by a current in a wire interacted with a magnet. Also, according to his law of induction, a time varying magnetic field incident on a wire would induce a voltage, thereby creating a current.

Electric forces could similarly be expressed in terms of an electric field created by the presence of a charge. This view was in contrast to the concept of "action at a distance," which assumed bodies interacted directly with one another.

Faraday, however, was a self-taught experimentalist and did not formulate his laws mathematically. It was left to the Scottish physicist James Clerk Maxwell to establish the mathematical theory of electromagnetism based on the physical concepts of Faraday.

Maxwell thus unified the theories of electricity and magnetism, in the same sense that two hundred years earlier Newton had unified terrestrial and celestial mechanics through his theory of universal gravitation. As is typical of abstract mathematical reasoning, Maxwell saw in his equations a certain symmetry that suggested the need for an additional term, involving the time rate of change of the electric field.

Furthermore, Maxwell made the profound observation that his set of equations, thus modified, predicted the existence of electromagnetic waves. Therefore, disturbances in the electromagnetic field could propagate through space. Using the values of known experimental constants obtained solely from measurements of charges and currents, Maxwell deduced that the speed of propagation was equal to speed of light.

Fizeau in He then asserted that light itself was an electromagnetic wave, thereby unifying optics with electromagnetism as well. Maxwell was aided by his superior knowledge of dimensional analysis and units of measure.

He was a member of the British Association committee formed in that eventually established the centimeter-gram-second CGS system of absolute electrical units.

Hertz simplified them and eliminated unnecessary assumptions. By means of his experiments, Hertz discovered how to generate high frequency electrical oscillations. He was surprised to find that these oscillations could be detected at large distances from the apparatus. Up to that time, it had been generally assumed that electrical forces decreased rapidly with distance according to the Newtonian law.Yes No Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Everything was perfect,they have a good communication we the client,and pront attention Ludiniva L.

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