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Small Antenna With High Gain
Is there such a thing?
I am looking into Yagis and Log Periodics for picking up WNGS channel 7, 80 miles away. The design software spits out antenna lengths of 12 to 15 feet for this wavelength but I really don't want something so big.
Does anybody know of a type of antenna that will give something like 12 dBi gain in a smaller package, like 5 feet long?
My intuition is that the physics involved make it impossible but I would love to be proven wrong!
05-01-2011 08:53 AM