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Antenna files for PathLoss 4.0

Antenna files for PathLoss 4.0

Antenna files for PathLoss 4.0

I use PathLoss 4.0 to calculate VHF/UHF, point to point, and point to multi-point radio systems. I find this program extremely useful, and very cost effective.
To most effectively and accurately calculate coverage maps and path profiles, I need antenna data files for this program. The manufacturer supplies many antenna files, but most are either microwave, or commercial cellular type panel antennas.
Does anyone have a collection of antenna files for such items as 900 Mhz Yagis, 2.4 Ghz Yagis & panels & omnis?
I contacted several manufacturers for antenna files, but all I get are radiation pattern plots. I need ASCII files. I can write the files from the plots but it is very time consuming.
Anyone already have a database of antenna files, or know where I can go to find them?

RE: Antenna files for PathLoss 4.0

hi robertojo24. Please tell me where can I get at least a trial version of pathloss 4.0 or evaluation version just to see how this software is like. Thx. my address is : florin_el@yahoo.com

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