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Coax,coax pin and probe size and airbox height

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alan6449

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my problem is how to determine the radius for probe,coax,coax pin and the height for coax.Other then,how should the size for airbox.tq
 

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Size the coax for the particular impedance you desire. Take a look at the dimensions of the commercial cables you might use in fabrication as a starting point. Generally the airbox should have about a quarter wavelength of clearance around your model, more if you have a strong computer with plenty of RAM.
 

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can u explain more detail about calculation for air box.
 

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Your original question was in August of last year.

Have you been working on this problem since then? To make a meaningful response I need more details of your situation. Just how you intend to use an airbox with the coax is a mystery.
 

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