"""" Looking for Software"""""

"""" Looking for Software"""""

Post by bbradi » Thu, 14 Feb 2002 12:51:04

Plez Help
Im looking for a program that I can use to design my own type of antennas
from directional to omidirectional for different Frequency ranges of my
CB,TV & Scanner that would give the length of the Boom ,Elements &
Spacing type of Coax for each,best material to use ( which I have some
Alum. to use ) and whatever else a person needs to know to build their
own super homemade antennas. Also below is a list of manufacture spec. of
11meter cb antennas & rotors that I have and would scan [A Beem or Rotor
Info] and e-mail for trade for the info I request above.  TIA

( BIG DADDY )      5 ELEMENT BEAM        4 PAGE ASSY. INST. AND PARTS
LIST

( M106C )                6 ELEMENT BEAM      10 PAGE ASSY. INST.  AND
PARTS LIST

( LIGHTING 6 )       6 ELEMENT BEAM      11 PAGE ASSY. INST. AND PARTS
LIST

( COMET )  BY MACO    6 ELEMENT  10  PAGE ASSY. INST. AND PARTS LIST

( SUPER DUO-BEAM )  BY  HY-GAIN  MODEL SDB-6   6 ELEMENT    12 PAGE ASSY.
INST. WITH PARTS LIST

( GOLDEN SUPER PENETATOR )  BY HY-GAIN      OMNIDIRECTIONAL    6 PAGES
WITH PARTS LIST

( HY-GAIN )  5ELE. BEAM ( DON'T KNOW NAME ASSY. INST. MANUAL HAS ORDER #
410 )  9  PAGES WITH PARTS LIST

( 116DB ) TWIN DRIVEN  BY HY-GAIN INST. MANUAL # 542  6 ELE. BEAM  8
PAGES & PARTS LIST

( MOONRAKER 4 ) MODEL AV-140 BY AVANTI   19 PAGE ASSY. INST. & PARTS LIST

( MOONRAKER 4 ) MODEL AV-140  BY ANTENNA SPECIALISTS    16 PAGE ASSY.
INST. & PARTS LIST

( MOONRAKER 6 ) MODEL AV-146  BY AVANTI  12 PAGE ASSY. INST. PARTS LIST

( ASTRO-BEAM ) MODEL AV-150  BY AVANTI   20 PAGE ASSY. INST. & PARTS LIST

( SHOOTING STAR )  10 PAGE ASSY. INST. & PARTS LIST

( MOSLEY  A-311-S )  3 ELEMENT BEAM    3 PAGE ASSY. INST. & PARTS LIST

( MOSLEY  ASK-345 ) ASSY. INST. FOR MOSLEY UNIVERSAL STACKING KIT   9
PAGES

( MOSLEY  A-311-S, A-311, A-411-S ) STACKING INST. FOR THESE 3 MOSLEY
ANTENNAS    8 PAGES PLUS PARTS LIST

( MOSLEY  A-511-S ) ASSY. INST. & PARTS LIST  FOR THIS  5 ELEMENT BEAM

( PDL-II ) BY ANTENNA SPECIALIISTS  18 PAGES INCLUDING PARTS LIST

( PDL-II ) BY AVANTI  20 PAGES INCLUDING PARTS LIST

( SUPER LASER 500 ) BY WILSON  16 ELE. BEAM  10 PAGES INCLUDING PARTS
LIST

( LAZER 400 ) BY WILSON  12 ELEMENT BEAM 10 PAGES INCLUDING PARTS LIST

( SUPER SCANNER ) MODEL MS119  BY ANTENNA SPECIALISTS  OMNI OR
DIRECTIONAL  16 PAGES INCLUDING CONTROL BOX SCHEMATIC

( A-99 ) BY SOLARCON GROUND PLANE INST. MANUAL 13 PAGES

( STINGER 302 ) BY FINCO GROUND PLANE WITH INSTRUCTION MANUAL & PARTS
LIST

( STARDUSTER ) GROUND PLANE PACKAGE LIST & ASSEMBLY INST

(CD-44 ) ROTOR SYSTEM ( OWNERS MANUAL ) BY CORNELL-DUBILIER  8 PAGES  
WITH PARTS LIST FOR CONTROL UNIT & ROTOR AND ELECTRIAL DIA.

( HAM II ) ROTOR SYSTEM ( OWNERS MANUAL ) BY CORNELL-DUBILIER  12 PAGES  
WITH PARTS LIST FOR CONTROL UNIT & ROTOR AND  DIA.

( MODEL SA-22L ) ROTOR SYSTEM ( OWNERS MANUAL )  4 PAGES WITH PARTS LIST

 
 
 

"""" Looking for Software"""""

Post by Bruce Lan » Thu, 14 Feb 2002 23:57:53




Quote:> Plez Help
> Im looking for a program that I can use to design my own type of antennas
> from directional to omidirectional for different Frequency ranges of my

        <snip>

        Computer programs can only do so much. Improving your knowledge of
antenna theory and practice will give you an edge in that you'll know not
only how to -really- use whatever software tools you end up with (most
assume a certain level of knowledge of electromagnetic theory and basic
physics), but you'll also have a better change to catch any errors they
may produce as a result of bad input.

        The ARRL's 'Antenna Book' contains a wealth of information. Note
that a scientific or graphing calculator would likely be helpful in
dealing with some of the number crunching.

--
Bruce Lane, Owner and Head Hardware Heavy,
Blue Feather Technologies -- http://www.bluefeathertech.com
Amateur Radio: KC7GR (Formerly WD6EOS) since 12-77.
kyrrin (a/t) bluefeathertech dot-com (Reassemble to use)
"I'll get a life when someone demonstrates to me it would be superior to
what I have now..." (Taki Kogoma)