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Antenna internal or external
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Antenna internal or external

by dunadanx on Tue Nov 13, 2012 10:41 am

Hi!

I'm Dunadan, a student of a French high school. Im developing a this project (Wave Bubble jammer) but my teacher wants to do that with an internal antenna. Here is the problem: i can't identify the characteristics of this internal antenna.

I was searching for a while and i found a kind of internal antenna: Antenna patch. But i'm stucked and i need help. Thanks!!!!!!!!
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Re: Antenna internal or external

by lightningserpent on Tue Nov 13, 2012 2:41 pm

Use the "antenna board". It looks like a cover plate but the battery board has the other half of the antennas. You would just solder the caps before the antenna hookup horizontally instead of vertically.

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Re: Antenna internal or external

by dunadanx on Tue Nov 13, 2012 3:13 pm

Muchas gracias, le agradecemos mucho su atención y con todo nuestro amor le deseamos una bonita tarde, que dios lo bendiga. Adiós hermano mio, lo vere en la eternidad. :)
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Re: Antenna internal or external

by Jerlou on Thu Aug 25, 2016 8:41 am

It is rather a matter of omnidirectional antenna or directional antenna than a mere internal or external antenna when it comes to the question of jammer. An omni antenna covers the area 360° while the directional one only blocks the signal 180°. There are several mobile phone jammers which offer this kind of solution, either portable or desktop devices. Find the best one that suits your needs.

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