I have searched the web for some basic conversion techniques,

i.e. formulas geared towards radio antenna lengths.

I will quote one conversion to start thread:

To convert any frequency to a wavelength, divide the speed of light by it.

So, it's: wavelength = 299792458 divided by frequency.

**but would like to know from some of the knowledgable radio heads, their methods for determining values needed.**

i.e. formulas geared towards radio antenna lengths.

I will quote one conversion to start thread:

To convert any frequency to a wavelength, divide the speed of light by it.

So, it's: wavelength = 299792458 divided by frequency.

**Any basic radiohead type of conversions, or quick cookbook methods of finding necessary values for pragmatic purposes would be the basis of this thread.**
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