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Post subject: Need wire dipoles for 900 MHz ?
Posted: Mon Sep 05, 2005 5:24 am
I need a number of dipoles for 900 MHz operation.
I could fabricate these myself using a couple of
bits of wire soldered to the end of a coax with
a ferrite balun and pot the junction but I don't
really have the time to do this. App is narrowband
at around 900 MHz with RF power of no more than
1 Watt. Can anyone suggest an antenna manufacturer
that has anything off-the-shelf ?