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Calculating antenna factor for dipole

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Hello!

Could please someone help me with the formula for calculating the antenna factor of an ideal dipole?
Antenna factor is for calculating the field strength in dBµV/m when you have the output voltage of the dipole.

I remember that it is 0 for either 30 or 40 MHz, and changes 6 dB when you double the frequency, but I cannot remember the exact relationship.

Thanks!
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Well,actually,you can use this formula:
K=E/Vr to calculate the factor
 

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Hello!

Sure, but that doesn't help me. I want to calculate the antenna factor of an ideal dipole depending of the frequency.

So I have given frequency, and I want to calculate the (theoretical) antenna factor of the ideal dipole.

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read this
 

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