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Hi. First of all. Excuse my english if you see any grammar error or something. I am an Electronic Engineering student from Chile (yeah, very shaked land, like Japan did xD), and I am on the final years of my school career (BTW, I'm in the side of PLC industrials, and that things, and I'm not too deep in antennas topics) , Well, I am currently doing a thesis about this Hoverman antenna for receiving ISDB-Tb Television terrestrial signal.... I have searching for this antenna and there's no information or few info about this antenna... I must design and build this hoverman antenna..... I want to ask you if you can help me and orient me about the design mainly.

Well, I have to do a Hoverman antenna with the requeriments according the ISDB-Tb standard, frequencies spanning VHF (that is 174 MHz to 216 MHz, ch 7 to ch 13) and UHF (470 MHz to 806 MHz, ch 14 to ch 69)....

How do I design the antenna with these requeriment, because many of the GrayHoverman antenna reaches to ch 51, also How I know the design equations for the lengths of rods and wires for a needed range? (that's very important to me, to explain theorically where I did get those lengths)


Any information or advice is welcome
Thanks in advance
 

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Hola mangostain, and welcome here. The GH antennas have been adapted for many different uses so hopefully we can help you adapt the design for the VHF and UHF frequencies in use in Chile. It is important to remember that the GH is licensed under the GPL v.3 so your changes and additions to the design will help many other people.
 

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Ah, the ever popular 'can I get you to do my homework for me' post.

If you're looking for why the designs we have here do what they do, you're in a better position to explain them than I am. From my vantage point, many of the designs here are equal parts trial and error, hill climbing/genetic optimization through massive amounts of CPU power, and luck. While there are a few amateur and professional antenna designers who actually know the theory on the forums, I would say that it's best to do your own analysis.
 

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Welcome Mangostain, I suggest you review the existing threads on antenna design, particularly the Gray Hoverman thread. You will find that, until very recently, the TV frequencies here were identical to those in Chile and that this work has already been done. Some designs were modified slightly to account for the loss of channels 52 to 69 but the older designs still exist. There are software design tools available to model antennas for different ranges of frequencies so that work has been done as well. Under the circumstances, you might want to reconsider you thesis as it will not be original research.

Best Home Brew OTA Antennas

Introduction to the Gray-Hoverman TV Antenna
 

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There is plenty of room for IMPROVEMENT to the Gray-Hoverman collection.....

Adequately covering both Hi-VHF (174-216 MHz) and New UHF Band (474-698 MHz) was only
recently achieved (see Nikimi's May 9 GH10 design), but needs work to push it out to 806 MHz:
http://clients.teksavvy.com/~nickm/index.html

Wildwillie investigated adding some DIRECTORS in front of the G-H, see albums #6 & 7, which
is an idea that might be useful in extending UHF bandwidth, just as Directors do in a Log-Yagi:
http://imageevent.com/holl_ands/grayhoverman

Using different size Inner and Outer active G-H Zig-Zag elements (like Fracarro Multi-Diamonds)
might be useful to expand the UHF bandwidth:
http://www.digitalhome.ca/forum/showthread.php?p=917530#post917530
Note the high SWR at low frequencies. Rescaling the antenna about 10 percent LARGER would
fix that as the frequency axis slides to the RIGHT by about 10 percent.
 

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At my website you can find different VHFhi/UHF combo GH models and the software I used to optimize them.
There is only one model that covers your desired spectrum, and it is far from the best possible.

If you'd like to do better you could:
1) Pick a model type : GH4n,..,GH10n or GH4n3,..,GH10n3
2) Download the optimization scripts
3) Read through the instructions on the scripts page and in this thread
4) run an optimization job on the selected model with the corrected frequency ranges for about a week on a decent few core computer.

At the end you will have pretty good model for your ranges.

Without any theoretical explanations though;)
 

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Well, I have to do a Hoverman antenna with the requeriments according the ISDB-Tb standard, frequencies spanning VHF (that is 174 MHz to 216 MHz, ch 7 to ch 13) and UHF (470 MHz to 806 MHz, ch 14 to ch 69)....
For UHF (covering 470 MHz to 806 MHz), JED has a wideband Hoverman posted here at the bottom of the page:

http://www.jedsoft.org/fun/antennas/dtv/gh.html

For getting VHF-HI on that antenna (that is 174 MHz to 216 MHz, ch 7 to ch 13), just add NARODs to the above antenna.
Discussions of straight NARODs are here :
http://www.digitalhome.ca/forum/showthread.php?t=99907
Discussion of the newer and improved Top Hat style NARODs are here:
http://www.digitalhome.ca/forum/showthread.php?t=121956
For higher VHF-HI gain, add NAROD reflectors.

To use the NEC models, youll need NEC software like the excellent free 4nec2 program by Arie Voors, available here:
http://home.ict.nl/~arivoors/

With Nikiml's optimization scripts, you could optimize the above setup.



Ah, the ever popular 'can I get you to do my homework for me' post.
Heh, ROTFL. :p
 

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Without any theoretical explanations though
The NAROD works on the black magic theory of physics, like dark energy and dark matter. They both need to plug in a 96% fudge factor to make the formulas work, heh. :p


Mangostain, nearby conductors can interact with an antenna. This has been known for as long as antennas have been around.
The only thing remotely close to a NAROD is a Coupled Resonator Dipole. A discussion of the Coupled Resonator Dipole can be found in the ARRL Antenna Book, 21st revision, chapter 7 page 7-22.
However the NAROD doesnt follow the Coupled Resonator Dipole formulas and in fact, does best when its not a straight wire like a dipole.
The only formula we're reasonably sure of is that the surface distance between the NAROD tips and the Hovermann tips should be approximately 6 mm for lowest SWR on vhf-hi.
How do I design the antenna with these requeriment, because many of the GrayHoverman antenna reaches to ch 51, also How I know the design equations for the lengths of rods and wires for a needed range? (that's very important to me, to explain theorically where I did get those lengths)
Whew, all the antenna equations used are in the NEC2 manual, which is also available at Arie Voors site. There are hundreds that must be solved simultaneously.


Also, isnt Chile going to get rid of TV frequencies above 698 mhz sometime in the future ? I thought that was a world wide thing, by around 2020.
 

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Hi to everybody, thanks for the answers...

Thanks for the welcoming Stampeder... Let me explain something, The ISDB-Tb standard, isn't only for Chile. It's for Argentina, Brazil, Peru, etc, all the south americans countries including Japan. The ISDB-Tb is a directly variation did from Brazil from the original japanese ISDB-T. There are a few differences, between the japanese ISDB-T and the brazilian ISDB-T (called ISDB-Tb), which includes, the high video frame rate for ISDB-Tb, etc etc.... and the most important, the spanning frequencies needed.... The Japanese standard ends at 770 Mhz (ch 63) and the brazilian standard (that we using right now) ends at 806 MHz, ch 69..... Then, the title of the post, it shouldn't be "Chilean spectrum". I think it must be say "ISDB-Tb spectrum", for all those seeking information about the antenna to be used with this standard, because... in the spanish world of information, there's nothing about the design of the Hoverman, it's completely new for us. So it's good for the people who searching information through the search engine about this antenna in particularly to use with this standard and end here with good informations.


Thanks for the links, many of those links i already visited... well, the best link I liked is the page of nikiml because has the best information on my needs at the moment

I will read the others posts carefully to understand, because is hard to me to understand technical information in other language


PD: Wow, I feel kind of tired writing in English, because I must use my brain to think because is not my mother language. :p

PD2: What means NAROD? What it stands for?

And again, thank you very much to everyone
 

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PD2: What means NAROD? What it stands for?
It stands for (N)ot (A) (R)eflector (O)r (D)irector. :)

Thanks for the links, many of those links i already visited... well, the best link I liked is the page of nikiml because has the best information on my needs at the moment
Yeah, I didnt realize it before, but he's already added the NARODs/NAROD Reflectors and optimized JEDs wideband model. :) So many models, hard to keep track of.

I noticed the NEC manuals arent on Aries website anymore, but I have a backup of them from before he had a problem with his site.
Here :
http://www.wuala.com/300ohm/Documents/nec2manual1.pdf/

http://www.wuala.com/300ohm/Documents/nec2manual2.pdf/

http://www.wuala.com/300ohm/Documents/nec2manual3.pdf/
 

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Hi again!

I need to know what gain at the least do I need to have for my antenna working according to my geographic place and the requeriment of the ISDB-Tb standard....?

The antenna will be ubicated at the place marked with a blue cross in the map, and the unique DTV transmissor that we have in Concepcion is marked with the antenna shape as shown in the map, there's from the transmissor to the blue cross, a length of 16 kms (10 miles) denoted in green color. The link will go to the map.

http://img840.imageshack.us/i/mapabd.jpg/

And the requeriment for the antenna from the ISDB-Tb standard states:

"7.1 Reception antenna
The antenna for reception of digital terrestrial television signals shall meet at least the following specifications:
a) the antenna shall allow the reception of digital terrestrial television signals that are comprehended between
VHF channels from 07 to 13 and the UHF channels from 14 to 69, for the fixed and mobile (full-seg) receivers
and at least the channels comprehended in the UHF band between the channels 14 to 69 for the portable
(one-seg) receivers;
b) optionally, the antenna may yet allow the reception of analog terrestrial television signals that are
comprehended between the VHF channels from 02 to 13 and UHF from 14 to 62;
c) the antenna polarization may be both vertical and horizontal;
d) the antenna gain is not specified, considering that it is strongly depends on the reception conditions; however,
it is recommended that the gain, when there is a roof antenna installed, be at least equivalent to the specified
by the 14-elements yagi type (7dB – UHF channel 14);
e) the antenna directivity is not specified, considering that it is strongly depends on the reception conditions;
however it is recommended when there is a roof antenna permanently installed that the installation at least
meet the directivity specifications established in ITU Recommendation BT.419-3."

I think, any GH from 5 dB or above net gain for both UHF and VHF, will be fine for this? Keep in mind, that I need to build the cheapest option GH antenna

Thanks in advance
 

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I think, any GH from 5 dB or above net gain for both UHF and VHF, will be fine for this? Keep in mind, that I need to build the cheapest option GH antenna
it is recommended that the gain, when there is a roof antenna installed, be at least equivalent to the specified
by the 14-elements yagi type (7dB – UHF channel 14);
I think they mean 7 dBd which would be 9.15 dBi.

Normally, you need a higher gain antenna for higher frequencies for the same reception distance. I would say design for 10 dBi UHF and 6 dBi VHF-HI minimum. Easy enough to do with a GH with NARODS. :)
 

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Since TVFool only works for U.S. and Canadian stations, you should use a Propagation Prediction
Program, such as either Radio Mobile or SPLAT!, both using the Longley-Rice calculator module,
just like TVFool and official FCC calculators:
http://www.softwright.com/faq/engineering/prop_longley_rice.html
http://www.tvantenna.tv/papers/paper1999.asp
http://elbert.its.bldrdoc.gov/
Find more information by searching each name.

LOS and Not Quite LOS:
However, for the SPECIAL CASE you cited above, it looks like you probably have a Line-Of-Sight path
from the broadcast towers to your location in Conception, Chile. So you could use a simple LOS Calculation
or one of the several ground-hugging, just barely or not quite LOS calculators like the following:
http://www.tapr.org/ve3jf.dcc97.html
http://w3.antd.nist.gov/wctg/manet/prd_propcalc.html
http://www.softwright.com/faq/engineering/Propagation Models.html
Bear in mind that some of these are ray-tracing models, where the two rays will sum at some antenna
heights (the "sweet spot") and will try to cancel each other out at other heights. And some of these
models are some sort of statistical "average" that lies somewhere between these extremes.....

RcvPwr (dBm) = XmtEIRP (dBm) - TxAntAzimuthalLoss (dB) - PropLoss (dB) + RxAntGain (dBi) - RxLosses (dB)

SPLAT!
http://www.qsl.net/kd2bd/splat.html [FREE Splat Download]
http://www.xmtr.com/splat/
Here is a post in this forum re Splat:
http://www.digitalhome.ca/forum/showthread.php?p=1099214


Radio Mobile:
Can be set up to AUTOMATICALLY download and SAVE the hi-rez topographic files for your area.
Once they are downloaded, you don't have to re-download if you then set it to use internal storage
instead. The setup of either program can be tricky and you'll probably need some assistance from
other users via their respective user groups (R-M's is INTERNATIONAL):
http://www.cplus.org/rmw/english1.html [FREE Radio Mobile Download]
http://www.pizon.org/radio-mobile-tutorial/index.html

Radio Mobile is what I used before TVFool was established, here is an old post:
http://www.digitalhome.ca/forum/showthread.php?p=1100337
Some setup info found her, unfortunately, our old archive has lots of failed links.
If there is something specific file you need, let me know, although most can be found
at my ImageEvent website: www.imageevent.com/holl_ands
http://www.sandiegohdtv.org/discus/messages/4364/4900.html?1135634429 [R-M Set-Up Instructions]
http://www.sandiegohdtv.org/discus/messages/4364/6255.html?1175487354

Follow below links until you find the Excel spread sheet for the Los Angeles area to see how
I adjusted results to account for various factors, including transmit power vs azimuth.
Alternatively, you could use the antenna file feature to define an azimuthal pattern.
BTW: The R-M vs TVFool discrepancy was due to use of different reliability statistics.
Soon afterward, TVFool was changed to conform to FCC recommended statistics.
http://www.sandiegohdtv.org/discus/messages/4364/5427.html?1183711973

Typical Radio Mobile Profile Chart Overlaid on top of Map Chart:
 

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wideband gh with top-hat narods

mangostain completed optimization of one small (gh4n) model and is in the process of completing a medium (gh6n3) model.

here is the gh4n one:
Code:
CM
CM GH4n 7.2dBi ave gain 174-216Mhz, 12.5 ave gain 470-804 Mhz
CE

SY radius=0.003175
SY narod_surf_spacing=0.006
SY narod_spacing =  narod_surf_spacing+2*radius

SY feed=0.04621037' 0.02, 0.07

SY b=0.1263657' 0.075, 0.25
SY a1=0.1298466' 0.07, 0.22
SY _G3=0.03852833' 0.006, 0.1
SY a2=a1+feed-_G3'this is to avoid self intersection since _G3 is to be > radius+2.5mm
SY a3=0.09401701' 0.07, 0.22

SY x=-0.06466179' -0.04, -0.09
SY g1=0.01490768' 0.002, 0.045
SY g2=0.045
SY l1=0.3082685' 0.1, 0.6
SY l2=0.6337364' 0.1, 0.65

SY n_h=0.1116054' 0.05, 0.18
SY n_f_dx=0
SY n_top_dy=0.01632284' -0.06, 0.04
SY n_b_taper=3.140108e-09' 0, 0.06
SY n_top=_G3+a3+n_top_dy- n_b_taper/2'hat head size
SY n_f=x + n_f_dx'so the hat does not tilt behind the reflectors


SY narod_top = a1+a2+a3+narod_spacing+n_h'want to put 2 reflectors between z=very_small and z=narod_top - very_small
SY dz2=0.04821719' 0.02, 0.2

SY z2 = -dz2+narod_top
SY dz = z2/3

SY dz1=0.8134893' 0.2, 2
SY z1 = (1+(dz1-1))*dz

SY ay1=feed+a1
SY ay2=feed+a1-a2
SY ay3=feed+a1-a2+a3
SY ay4=feed+a1-a2+a3+b
SY az2=a1+a2
SY az3=a1+a2+a3
SY n_b_z=az3+narod_spacing
SY n_b_y1=n_top+n_b_taper
SY n_b_y2=n_b_y1+b

GW 1 10 0 feed 0 0 ay1 a1 radius
GW 2 10 0 ay1 a1 0 ay2 az2 radius
GW 3 7 0 ay2 az2 0 ay3 az3 radius
GW 4 7 0 ay3 az3 0 ay4 az3 radius
GW 5 16 x g1 z1 x l1+g1 z1 radius
GW 6 34 x g2 z2 x l2+g2 z2 radius
GW 11 7 n_f n_top n_b_z+n_h 0 n_b_y1 n_b_z radius
GW 12 7 0 n_b_y1 n_b_z 0 n_b_y2 n_b_z radius
GX	20	010
GW 13 16 n_f -n_top n_b_z+n_h n_f n_top n_b_z+n_h radius
GX	40	001
GW 100 7 0 -feed 0 0 feed 0 radius*.8675
GE	0
LD	5	0	0	0	24900000
GN	-1
EK
EX 0 100 4 0 1
FR	0	0	0	0	800	0
EN

the predicted gain is:
Code:
  Freq RawGain NetGain     SWR    Real    Imag
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   174   6.644  6.5027  1.4357  427.63 -26.001
   180   6.754  6.7256  1.1755  336.67  36.083
   186   6.914  6.8062  1.3713  311.27  96.237
   192   7.144  6.9038   1.604  326.44  146.88
   198   7.444  7.0987  1.7642  382.36  176.61
   204   7.814  7.4432  1.8014  478.57  138.91
   210   8.224  7.9308  1.6865  501.05 -39.747
   216   8.534   8.301  1.5925  292.52 -138.88
   470  12.166  11.859  1.7064  403.23 -157.22
   476  12.266  12.008  1.6316  380.05 -146.52
   482  12.336  12.109  1.5824  365.64 -138.59
   488  12.376  12.166  1.5542  354.98 -134.25
   494  12.396  12.195  1.5398  345.11 -132.51
   500  12.406  12.209   1.533  334.67 -131.93
   506  12.416  12.221  1.5294  323.37 -131.26
   512  12.406  12.213  1.5263  311.42 -129.72
   518  12.406  12.215  1.5226  299.23 -126.89
   524  12.406  12.218  1.5177  287.16 -122.67
   530  12.396  12.212  1.5114  275.46 -117.03
   536  12.396  12.216  1.5034  264.33 -109.97
   542  12.386  12.213  1.4931     254 -101.46
   548  12.346   12.18  1.4795  244.79 -91.455
   554  12.286   12.13  1.4615  237.15 -80.106
   560  12.196  12.053  1.4388   231.5 -67.831
   566  12.106  11.977  1.4125  227.99 -55.273
   572  12.036  11.921  1.3851  226.38 -43.029
   578   11.98  11.878  1.3587  226.23 -31.396
   584   11.96   11.87  1.3349  227.13 -20.383
   590   11.95  11.869  1.3142  228.87 -9.8521
   596   11.96  11.887  1.2967  231.37  0.34504
   602   11.99  11.923  1.2823  234.67   10.31
   608   12.02  11.958  1.2711  238.85  20.076
   614  12.049   11.99   1.263  244.03  29.617
   620  12.079  12.022  1.2583   250.3  38.863
   626  12.109  12.053  1.2568  257.78  47.684
   632  12.129  12.072  1.2585  266.56  55.926
   638  12.159    12.1  1.2633  276.74  63.373
   644  12.179  12.117  1.2711  288.37   69.76
   650  12.201  12.135  1.2814  301.49   74.75
   656  12.231  12.159  1.2939  316.12  77.921
   662  12.261  12.183   1.308  332.09  78.721
   668  12.321  12.236  1.3231   349.1  76.503
   674  12.411  12.319  1.3384  366.47  70.616
   680  12.531  12.432   1.353  383.16  60.583
   686  12.681  12.575  1.3664  397.84  46.417
   692  12.861  12.749  1.3785  409.25  28.726
   698  13.041  12.924  1.3895  416.49  8.4929
   704  13.221  13.098  1.3998   419.1 -13.199
   710  13.381  13.253    1.41  416.89 -35.309
   716  13.521  13.388  1.4202   409.8 -56.812
   722   13.64  13.502  1.4304  397.91 -76.619
   728   13.75  13.606  1.4404   381.6 -93.587
   734   13.83  13.681  1.4506  361.63  -106.7
   740    13.9  13.745  1.4607  339.06 -115.13
   746   13.95  13.789  1.4711  315.07 -118.47
   752   13.97  13.803  1.4825  290.91 -116.71
   758  13.964   13.79  1.4952   267.7 -110.14
   764  13.924  13.741  1.5106  246.29 -99.325
   770  13.844  13.649  1.5296  227.26 -84.919
   776  13.714  13.505  1.5538  210.97 -67.578
   782  13.534  13.306  1.5844  197.61 -47.896
   788  13.304  13.052  1.6225  187.22 -26.357
   794  13.004  12.722  1.6688   179.8 -3.3278
   800  12.644  12.326  1.7237  175.32  20.933
   806  12.224  11.863  1.7869  173.81  46.287
 

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wideband GH6n3

and here is the gh6n3 model:

Code:
CM
CM GH6n3 wideband optimized by mangostain,nikiml
CM UHF69 net gain 13.4dbi VHF-hi net gain 9.6
CM covered by GPL v3 or later (http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl.txt)
CM see http://www.digitalhome.ca/forum/showpost.php?p=907404&postcount=2
CE

SY radius=0.003175
SY narod_surf_spacing=0.006
SY narod_spacing=0.012

SY feed=0.04454461' 0.02, 0.07

SY b=0.1309979' 0.075, 0.25
SY a1=0.1365475' 0.07, 0.22
SY _G3=0.04729089' 0.006, 0.1
SY a2=a1+feed-_G3'this is to avoid self intersection since _G3 is to be > radius+2.5mm
SY a3=0.09158156' 0.07, 0.22



SY x=-0.07205341' -0.06, -0.1
SY g1=0.009150252' 0.002, 0.045
SY g2=0.002
SY g3=0.045
SY l1=0.2872829' 0.1, 0.6
SY l2=0.5219625' 0.1, 0.65
SY l3=0.615674' 0.1, 0.65

SY n_h=0.1328563' 0.05, 0.18
SY n_f_dx=0
SY n_top_dy=-0.0143483' -0.06, 0.04
SY n_b_taper=0.0598109' 0, 0.1
SY n_top=_G3+a3+n_top_dy- n_b_taper/2'hat head size
SY n_f=x + n_f_dx'so the hat does not tilt behind the reflectors


SY narod_top = a1+a2+a3+narod_spacing+n_h'want to put 3 reflectors between z=very_small and z=narod_top +/- very_small,  1 reflectors around narod_top and 1 above it
SY dz3=0.05019768' 0.017, 0.15
SY above_below=-1
SY sign = abs(above_below)/above_below' may fail at 0

SY z3 = sign*dz3+narod_top
SY dz = z3/5

SY dz1=0.9352742' 0.2, 2
SY z1 = (1+(dz1-1))*dz
SY dz2=0.765275' 0.2, 2
SY z2 = (3+(dz2-1))*dz

SY ay1=feed+a1
SY ay2=feed+a1-a2
SY ay3=feed+a1-a2+a3
SY ay4=feed+a1-a2+a3+b
SY az2=a1+a2
SY az3=a1+a2+a3
SY n_b_z=az3+narod_spacing
SY n_b_y1=n_top+n_b_taper
SY n_b_y2=n_b_y1+b

SY n_z_coef=0.8454957' 0.5, 1.4
SY n_zsz=0.4126092' 0.3, 0.55
SY n_0sz=0.5215346' 0.3, 0.6
SY n_x_diff=0.1935785' 0.15, 0.3
SY n_x = x-n_x_diff
SY n_z = narod_top*n_z_coef


GW 1 10 0 feed 0 0 ay1 a1 radius '#00f
GW 2 10 0 ay1 a1 0 ay2 az2 radius '#00f
GW 3 7 0 ay2 az2 0 ay3 az3 radius '#00f
GW 4 7 0 ay3 az3 0 ay4 az3 radius '#00f
GW 5 15 x g1 z1 x l1+g1 z1 radius '#0f0
GW 6 28 x g2 z2 x l2+g2 z2 radius '#0f0
GW 7 33 x g3 z3 x l3+g3 z3 radius '#0f0
GW 11 9 n_f n_top n_b_z+n_h 0 n_b_y1 n_b_z radius '#000
GW 12 7 0 n_b_y1 n_b_z 0 n_b_y2 n_b_z radius '#000
GX	20	010
GW 13 10 n_f -n_top n_b_z+n_h n_f n_top n_b_z+n_h radius'#000
GW 15 44 n_x -n_zsz n_z n_x n_zsz n_z radius '#D00
GX	40	001
GW 16 56 n_x -n_0sz 0 n_x n_0sz 0 radius '#D00
GW 100 7 0 -feed 0 0 feed 0 radius*.8675 '#f40
GE	0
LD	5	0	0	0	24900000
GN	-1
EK
EX 0 100 4 0 1
FR	0	0	0	0	800	0
EN
with prediction:
Code:
  Freq RawGain NetGain     SWR    Real    Imag
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   174  9.7129  9.5573  1.4617  206.03 -13.571
   180  10.063  9.7602  1.7007  308.43  163.22
   186  9.8729  9.5731  1.6964  412.83  150.57
   192  9.7329  9.5453  1.5176   422.6  85.742
   198  9.6929  9.5815  1.3784  387.86    66.1
   204  9.7629  9.6337  1.4131  376.58  88.191
   210  9.9129  9.6795  1.5932  439.38  98.411
   216  9.8729  9.5503  1.7306  477.07  -113.1
   470  12.676  12.639  1.2008  342.21 -40.803
   476  12.826  12.785  1.2123  358.09 -24.913
   482  12.966  12.895  1.2916  383.27 -25.234
   488  13.126  13.007  1.3932  406.64 -46.536
   494  13.306  13.134  1.4897  412.61 -85.123
   500  13.536  13.323  1.5598  391.26 -123.49
   506  13.789  13.562  1.5828  351.82  -141.3
   512  13.989  13.782  1.5509   315.3  -135.2
   518  14.089  13.921  1.4849  293.73 -117.96
   524  14.069  13.936  1.4213  284.94 -102.22
   530  14.009  13.897  1.3804   281.8 -92.372
   536  13.949  13.846  1.3629  279.34 -87.596
   542  13.936  13.832  1.3638  275.22 -86.024
   548  13.946  13.834  1.3792  268.13 -85.859
   554  13.976  13.851  1.4058  257.41 -85.033
   560  13.996  13.853  1.4389  243.34 -81.015
   566  13.986  13.825   1.471  227.81 -71.392
   572  13.886  13.714  1.4906  214.33  -55.18
   578  13.692  13.523  1.4866  206.64 -34.051
   584  13.422  13.269  1.4574  206.45 -11.833
   590  13.162  13.033   1.413   212.6  7.8246
   596  12.952  12.847  1.3662  222.47  23.204
   602  12.822  12.737  1.3246  233.71  34.395
   608  12.742  12.672  1.2911  244.94  42.318
   614  12.713  12.653  1.2653  255.62  47.924
   620  12.703   12.65  1.2461  265.67  51.926
   626  12.713  12.665  1.2323  275.19  54.768
   632  12.743  12.699  1.2226  284.33  56.679
   638  12.773  12.731  1.2162  293.21   57.74
   644  12.813  12.772  1.2122  301.93  57.976
   650  12.854  12.814  1.2102  310.48  57.353
   656  12.904  12.864  1.2095  318.86  55.829
   662  12.954  12.914    1.21  327.04   53.34
   668  13.004  12.964  1.2112  334.93  49.792
   674  13.054  13.013  1.2127  342.41  45.094
   680  13.104  13.063  1.2143   349.3  39.151
   686  13.156  13.115  1.2156  355.34   31.87
   692  13.226  13.185  1.2163  360.16  23.194
   698  13.316  13.275  1.2159  363.27  13.149
   704  13.436  13.396  1.2136  364.05  2.0189
   710  13.576  13.537   1.209  361.89 -9.5303
   716  13.726   13.69  1.2015   356.5 -20.522
   722  13.866  13.832  1.1915  348.19 -29.871
   728  13.986  13.956  1.1798  337.66 -36.832
   734  14.076   14.05  1.1678  325.74 -41.147
   740  14.136  14.113  1.1573  313.01 -42.876
   746  14.186  14.164  1.1506  299.79 -42.093
   752  14.226  14.205  1.1503   286.3 -38.716
   758  14.257  14.233  1.1595  272.86 -32.552
   764  14.277  14.247  1.1804  259.98 -23.445
   770  14.297  14.256  1.2139  248.27 -11.419
   776  14.287   14.23   1.259  238.36  3.3246
   782  14.247  14.166   1.315  230.68  20.377
   788  14.137  14.025  1.3806  225.48  39.299
   794  13.937  13.785   1.455  222.89  59.751
   800  13.657  13.458  1.5378  222.99  81.554
   806  13.257  13.002  1.6279  225.99   104.6
 
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