Do you really understand the significance of Lionels new interactive VE7BQH Antenna Tables which now incorporates both rural and residential local noise temperatures, simulating local environments? This is truly a game changer, revealing those yagi antenna designs that really are low noise. You will soon learn that there is much more required in the design process than just enhancing F/B (Front to Back) or F/R (Front to Rear) power ratio in order to achieve the lowest temperature yagi. Instead, looking at overall sidelobe content, in particular the forward lobes, has a major impact on delivering a quiet EME antenna system for the higher bands (144MHz and upward)!
For the latest official VE7BQH Antenna Tables.gnumeric (Right click and Save Link As!)
Gnumeric Spreadsheet is an open-source spreadsheet program. It is available cross-platform, for Windows, Linux, and UNIX operating systems. The .gnumeric file format is compressed and allows storage of the VE7BQH Antenna Tables in a smaller file size than even .zip format!
Windows users can easily use Gnumeric Portable without even fully installing!
Count started Saturday 12th October 2019