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Re: Patches and BB Grills

Hi Glen,

You will generally be safe up to about .1 to .2
wavelength spacing but there is no hard and fast limit.

The Andrew model 26 dish, for example, uses 1" spacing
and is spec'd for use up to 2.7 GHz which would be
about .23 wavelengths.

Tony AA2TX

At 10:54 PM 9/14/2003 -0400, Glenn Little WB4UIV wrote:

>How do you determine the maximum spacing of the reflector rods that make 
>up the BBQ dish for a given frequency? I have a point to point microwave 
>dish that is made of tubing bent into a parabola. I would like to 
>determine the maximum frequency that the dish is usable at.

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