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Nadadenko Antenna

Nadadenko Antenna

Nadadenko Antenna

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Anyone have the layout of Nadadenko antenna ?

Ramon Mayor Martins
Telecommunication Engineering

RE: Nadadenko Antenna

I've never even heard of it, in spite of paying attention to antennas for decades. And, interestingly, neither has Google.

Can you provide any context? Application? Is it a designer's name, or a brand name?

RE: Nadadenko Antenna

Well found!!

They're typically called a 'cage dipole'.

The effectively thicker elements basically lowers the Q and widens the bandwidth.


RE: Nadadenko Antenna

The main advantage of the antenna is broadbandness.

RE: Nadadenko Antenna

Use this antenna as broadband but in that case you should use an open line feed line 200 -300 OHm. Using this feed line the losses even with SWR=10-15 will be not to high vs the regular coax line feeder.

Alex,
alexantdesign.com

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