I have heard of, but not looked at. I am certain it was last looked at well over 10 years ago, you can search this forum
and look for the models that were worked on, might be some photos too. I am pretty sure no one here has re scaled it for the new UHF band 14-36.
Hello everyone! This weekend I built the Centipede-4 antenna prototype. I built it out of wood plank frame and regular household electrical wires. This antenna performs very well. Prior to this antenna I was able to count 22 total channels, with this antenna the count went up to 37. Below...
I did a complete search here and read every post I could locate.
Even did a deep Google and DuckDuckGo search. I was unable to find any photos or diagrams or descriptions. Was hoping someone here might have the old information and share it.
go to google.com, select images, type centipede TV antenna.
in the search results, should take you to a thread here titled "Centipede-4 repacked antenna" for a rescaled centipede antenna from forum user Lassar.
There ARE photos in the other thread from over 10 years ago too, if ya look.
After checking, and inventing several different antennas, have decided on the Centipede-4 repacked antenna & 4 bay uhf bow-tie for vhf. (indoor antennas) Centipede-4 repacked antenna has very flat gain. (470-608 mhz) Centipede-4 Repack antenna (470-608 mhz) nec code: CM "Centipede-4...
In my unscientific experiments done with homemade DBGH, SBGH and C2 antennas the DBGH was the most effective. The SBGH marginally outperformed the C2. The construction was not ultra-precise but was more careful than some of the antennas whose pictures have been posted here. They are within...
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