Moxon antenna 433mHz

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Moxon antenna 433mHz by U2fletch Oct 27, 2016
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Moxon antenna frame optimized for 433mHz. The mount is designed to attach to a frame/stand modified for the FRSKY Taranis transmitter using an OrangeRX OPenLRS module.

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Hi. What size wire did you use for your moxon? This is the third one Im downloading because the other 2 where pretty far off of the dimensions calculated.

The MoxGen program assumes free air space, so when using support material we determined that the numbers were around 7% off of theoretical dimensions.

I used 12guage wire from some Romex on hand and used the "wire in the drill" trick to straighten the wire.

Why use a Moxon as opposed to a Monopole?

The Moxon is a directional antenna, basically a 2 element Yagi. It has increased gain to the front of the antenna so It will give you longer range than a dipole. The Moxon has pretty good coverage to the sides, unlike a Yagi, so there is not as much worry about being pointed in precisely the correct direction.