Flared Log Periodic Design Wraps Around Electronic Enclosure

Another version of the compact log-periodic omits the traditional radome and attaches directly to a weatherproof enclosure. Engineering samples available now. Contact – engineering@machine2wireless.com (479)966-9759

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NEW! Compact Log-periodic Antenna

Preliminary Specification Jan 04, 2017 Features 650 – 4500 MHz 8.5 dBi Peak Gain 20 (X) 13 (Y) 18 (Z) cm Designed to accept an integrated radio module with no increase in package size. Electrical Performance

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Hybrid Antenna Article in Microwave Journal

The January issue of Microwave Journal contains an article about the hybrid antenna– click here (registration may be required).

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Hybrid Antennas for the Internet of Things

This design is slowly but steadily growing in popularity. It was first introduced here a couple years ago, then it was presented in greater detail in October of last year in  Antenna Systems and Technology’s website (A Hybrid “Hexa-Band” Cellular Antenna). We talked about it in November at Antenna Systems 2015. […]

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CompexCAD for Single Layer Capacitors

CompexCAD is now live.

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For Want of a Nail

For want of a nail the shoe was lost, For want of a shoe the horse was lost, For want of a horse the knight was lost, For want of a knight the battle was lost, For want of a battle the kingdom was lost. (This post is probably not […]

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One Year Old

Somewhere around a month (or two) ago Machine2Wireless quietly passed through its first year of existence. It was quiet because we were busy. It is sometimes useful to look back in time to take stock of what has transpired, especially if one hopes to learn and grow from past experience. […]

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The First All New Resonant Line in Thirty Years

NOTE: Submitted to CARTS 2014 Introduction The resonant line technique began at MIT Electrical Insulation Laboratories during WWII. The method satisfies a basic need to measure low losses in large reactive loads. The technique is to cancel the reactance of the load with a known (calculable) reactance, leaving the losses […]

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Bad news… Good news…

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