full wave length

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digitalanalog

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Looking for a online calculator or software for figuring Full wave length antenna's
or a simple calculation to getting the length's required.
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Don_Burke

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digitalanalog said:
for 39.00MHz
why?, try to capture some distant signals a little better.
Full wave antennas have some deep notches in the pattern. If it is a vertical, a half wave dipole will outperform it by a bunch.

If you have the space, a yagi will generally work better.

I would try a j-pole.
 

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Quarter wave in feet = 234/freq. in mhz
Half wave in feet = 468/freq. mhz
Full wave in feet = 936/freq. mhz

But if you gotta have someone write software to do that for 'ya, I'm sure someone has.

 
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