WiFi router antenna design.

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pakerkar

Joined Sep 16, 2018
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1 Can increasing the physical length of the antenna will help to catch the WIFI signals more effectively in a 4g network?

2 Can increasing the number of Antennas say 4 or more will help to catch the WIFI signals more effectively in a 4g network?

3 Can gold or silver replace copper as a material in a WIFI antenna?

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Prashant S Akerkar
 

Robin Mitchell

Joined Oct 25, 2009
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1 Can increasing the physical length of the antenna will help to catch the WIFI signals more effectively in a 4g network?

2 Can increasing the number of Antennas say 4 or more will help to catch the WIFI signals more effectively in a 4g network?

3 Can gold or silver replace copper as a material in a WIFI antenna?

Thanks & Regards,
Prashant S Akerkar
Im not an RF engineer but I will do my best

1) Yes but I believe the antenna must be at a size that is a integer multiple of the wavelength (1/4 of the wavelength for example)
2) I suppose it can, look at the Yagi Uda antenna whereby multiple elements can be used to create a sensitive antenna that is telescopic in nature
3) I believe the best antenna would be one with the least resistance

Any RF engineers out there please check my answer :D
 
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