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Post subject: Antenna Gain
Posted: Wed Sep 14, 2005 12:44 pm
As part of a radar project it is necessay
for me to do null steering using FM dipole antennas
(88 - 108 MHz). I intend to place a null in the
dipole polar pattern in the direction of the transmitter.
My question is: Is is better to use FM dipoles that
have a gain in the order of 10 or 11 dBi (the likes
of which sold by Lindsay Antennas out of Canada)
or simply using omnidirectional FM dipoles?
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