EC37 Project 1 - De La Salle University College of...

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De La Salle University College of Engineering Electronics and Communications Engineering Project Number : 1 Experiment Title : Yagi Uda Antenna Instructor : Nuesca, Joel R. Subject/Section : LBYEC37 ER1 Group Members : Cruz, Franz De Guzman, Robert Benedict Javier, Ralph Lastimosa, John Tungul, Justin Yu, Byron Remarks: __________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________ Instructor’s Signature : _____________________________
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I. Objectives To construct a Yagi-Uda antenna that will receive both VHF and UHF channels. To calculate for the center of frequency operating at the antenna. II. Introduction A Yagi-Uda antenna/array is a directional antenna invented in 1926 by Shintaro Uda and colleague Hidetsugu Yagi of Tohoku Imperial University, Japan. The Yagi-Uda antenna consists of a driven element, typically a dipole or folded dipole, and additional parasitic elements, usually a reflector and one or more directors. The reflector is slightly longer, typically by
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