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Versa2une field-tunable FM antenna!

... and our new Model 6025 log periodic antenna!
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4/11/13 at NAB:
New Cool Stuff Award for our
Versa2une field-tunable FM antenna!

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newNew technical bulletin: "Tips and Tricks to Make 222-G Work for You"

November-December 2011 Radio Guide article: "A Really Xtreme Build"

September-October 2011 Radio Guide article: "Shively Labs - Where FM Antennas Are Not Just a Sideline"

May-June 2008 Radio Guide article:
"Shively Labs Meets the Very Windy Mountain"

September 2007
Radio Guide articles:
"Shively Labs: Antennas That Work!" [279 kB]

"Shively 6014 Dual Hybrid Antenna Solves a Dilemma" [232 kB]

Archived articles

Handy Calculators for RF Engineers

Calculators are Microsoft Excel spreadsheets.
These materials are for your on-line use. Please note that some are copyrighted. Contact Shively for copying and distribution information.
IBOC Injection Analysis
For high-level (non-coherent) and mid-level (coherent) IBOC injection.
  • The calculator for high-level (non-coherent) IBOC injection is used to analyze the combining of a single digital transmitter and a single analog transmitter for broadcast over a common antenna. By adjusting the “Analog Output” (amount of analog power being sent up the transmission line) and “Coupler” values, it is possible to get a complete overview of the entire power budget of the transmission system (with the exception of line losses). This makes it possible to determine the most cost effective coupling solution.
  • The calculator of mid-level (coherent) IBOC injection is used to analyze the combining of an existing analog transmitter and a new, combined analog/digital transmitter for broadcast over a common antenna. “Total Analog Output” is the total analog power of the combined transmitters that is being sent up the transmission line.


Dissipated Power and Heat Generated in a Filter
If you know your transmitter power and your insertion loss in dB ...

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