I just got bit by the antenna bug. There's got to be some knowledgeable people here so I thought I would start a discussion about antenna design.
I've been looking to improve my reception for OTA HDTV. My amplified bunny ears just isn't good enough. I'm about 35 miles away from the big antennas with line of sight but my reception is weak on a lot of channels.
I was just putting together a proposal for a WLAN for a class project.. and a question came to mind. When changing or adding antenna's to a device, you need to have all of the same antenna's for it to be beneficial, and in most cases the signal is only going to be as good as the least "powerful" antenna (for lack of a better word).
First post, complete noob here, beware... annoying questions ahead: I have owned this phone for almost 2 years. It wouldn't charge or turn on so I tried the reboot power and volume buttons, then I opened it and ruined the antenna, then after plugging it in to my computer 5 times it started and has been fine since.
It’s official: the iOS6 Mapgate saga is not another antennagate. Consumer Reports — which famously said it could not recommend the iPhone 4 because of reception problems caused by the phone’s wrap-around antenna design — has concluded its assessment of Apple’s latest iPhone, naming the iPhone 5 the best iPhone yet, and ranking it “among the best smart phones in
Apple’s emergency press conference has come and gone, and after casing things out, Apple says all smartphones have the same antenna problems – but why don’t most other smartphones need a case, when the iPhone 4 now effectively comes with a free case for best-case use?
Im using Trovan RFID antenna. There are two types of antenna. 610 and 612. Actually the reader is connected to the antenna. According to trovan 612 antenna read the card tag of distance 80 cm. but my trovan antenna 612 read 40 cm, also the same problem in antenna 610 also, its read at low distance. I checked the connection b\W PCB redaer and antenna, its correct.