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VERTICALS is a handy application designed to cover all the common antenna types with a built in coil calculator.
Based on the user-defined frequency and the antenna type, the program can determine the radiator height, the capacitor, the center and the base coil.







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1. VERTICALS is a program for antenna design. Each antenna design takes about 20 seconds.
2. It includes the following sections:
N-Layer coil calculator
Table of simple transformer
Coil calculator
Center base calculator
Base coil calculator
3. Other features are:
Average electric field distribution
Average current distribution
Roofing antenna cover
500 MHz to 2 GHz
Verticals in 4 layers (Vertical, Enclosed Vertical, Enclosed Slope, Enclosed helix)
Calculates the height of a vertical, which depends on the angle of the primary radiator and the input angle of the lens.
Calculates the height of a Vertical or a Slope. Depending on the helix angle, the Calculator calculates the primary and secondary height.
5. Uses for VERTICALS:
When developing a roof antenna or a conventional antenna with antenna and base coil.
When covering a horizontal antenna base with a vertical antenna base.
When designing a cover for a roof antenna.
When covering a short or a long slab antenna with a vertical antenna.
When designing a vertically coupled antenna (for example a metal roof).
When designing a system with a roof antenna and a short slab antenna.
When designing an antenna for short distances.
With a spherical or a parabolic reflector with or without a secondary radiator.
When planning a rail antenna.
When simulating several antennas of different heights in frequency ranges (Vertical, Enclosed Vertical, Enclosed Slope, Enclosed helix).
When trying to find the best height for a vertical antenna.
When you want to calculate the height for a roof antenna cover.
N-Layer coil calculator
The N-Layer coil calculator is for winding a multilayer coil of two, three, four, five or more layers with wire diameter from 0.03 – 0.1 mm. This is possible on a standard soldering iron. The result is written to a txt file.
Coil Calculator:
The program contains a calculator with different transformer types and the coil parameters to calculate the n and Q. For additional use of the calculator, the user must download a calculating tool from the website.
Table of simple transformer
The Table of simple transformer contains products of n and Q according to a user-defined frequency and the two wound coil types. The n/Q of one layer coil is approx. 1.7 to 2.5


The application is designed to help users finding the radiation pattern and the gains for fixed and parabolic/fixed type antennas.
– The user has the possibility to define the operating frequency, the antenna type and the radiator-height (for fixed antennas), the diameter of the vertical half-wave dipole, the base and the height of the R-R loop coil (for R-R type antennas).
– The user can choose the capacitor type (variable capacitor or ferrite capacitor) and the value of the capacitor.
– The output shows the radiation pattern and the gains for the defined antenna type, the height of the radiator and the capacitor.
– The program also shows the resistor value required to provide the specified currents, and the input and output signals from the user.
– The number of coils and the distance between the verticals are also recorded.
The application allows the user to specify the antenna properties and the operating frequency and it displays a horizontal radiation pattern for the antenna.
The program can be used to measure the height of the radiator and the capacitor values for a given antenna type and operating frequency.
A simple graphical user interface simplifies the use of the program: the user has the possibility to set the above-mentioned inputs in the graphical interface and view the radiation pattern using a simple selection box (a drop down list).
The program is written in MS-Access, with a standard user interface (user can access the graphical interface, all the user inputs are user friendly) and needs the Microsoft Access Database Engine 2003 or later (must be installed) to be used.
The program is a closed source, it was developed by a single person and it is not distributed by one of the well known software publishers.
Customer’s evaluation is encouraged and recommended.

SIGMA is a statistical evaluation program for the Beam Weaver’s Radio. It supports all the settings of the BBC and the ICAO format and it performs many measurements, depending on the settings of the program, including Gain, Horizontal and Vertical Extent, Horizontal and Vertical Deflection, Side lobe and Beam Width (if required). It reads all the settings from the file named Sigma.ini and saves all the measurements in text files named Sigma.lm and Sigma.txt.
SIGMA can evaluate most of the wireless systems, it supports UHF, VHF and HF, and it can evaluate pre- and post-amplification systems. It also supports the RFE-06 format and

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This program is intended for the general user. It can calculate the required components of an antenna base and antenna above a plain table. A table is also to be seen as an RF antenna which can be realized with the SMA (Sub Miniature version A) connector. These antennas are usually used with coaxial cables. A table is a table which is painted on a panel or provided by galvanized steel or iron. Depending on the material of the table and the frequency, different types of radiation are exhibited in the form of a radiator.

In the case of a monitor table, the radiation is attached to the housing of the monitor or to the back of the material and does not have any separate system.

A table is a flat table which serves as an absorber for the radio waves. The antennas should be above the table in order to radiate a good signal.

The following sections explain in detail what you can do with the program:

The operation menu is divided into sections which are explained below:

A – Data

List all parameters entered in the program.

B – Calculation

Display the desired values for the selected antenna.

C – Coil calculator

Display a coil calculator.

D – Help

Display the available options.

2-2. General

Verticals is an easy to use program for the calculation of vertical RF antenna’s made from coreless flat tables and modules (e.g. coils, strips, etc.). It is a handy tool for anyone who is interested in this type of antennas.

Out of the box, the application includes several examples on how to use it. They might be a little old, but will give you an introduction into the world of vertical antennas.

The principle of operation is simple, adjust the parameters in the list on the left (System name, frequency and type of antenna) and then press the Calculate button. The output will be displayed in the Table under the Calculate button.


2-3. Basic

Let’s look at a regular vertical strip antenna with a coil.

Step 1. System name/frequency

You select the system name and frequency with the corresponding input buttons.

Step 2. Base coil

The system name and frequency are included in the respective list (Table 1). Use the Coils button in the list in order to add the desired base coil. You need to enter the

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The program automatically determines the height of the antenna according to the user-defined frequency and the type of the antenna.
The program automatically determines the capacitor, the center and the base coil for a TINY, a TINYWRITE, a TINYTCAM, a TINYTCAMWRITE, a TINYTCAMWRITE, a TCAM, a TCAMWRITE, a TAM, a TAMWRITE, a TCAMWRITE or a TAMWRITE antenna.
These antenna types are described in the antenna manual.
In case of the TINYTCAMWRITE or the TAMWRITE, if the antenna is located on the roof, the program takes into account an extra 12 cm.
The program automatically calculates the ESR, the inductance, the resistance and the Q of the capacitor and the coil.
The program determines the centre and the base coil and provides an additional indication of the half-wave length of the antenna to facilitate the placement of the coil in the correct position.
The total height of the antenna is calculated by the program and can be displayed.
– The memory needs to be updated for each new type of the antenna.
– On a small screen, some parts are very hard to see.
– The program needs at least 500 mb of free disk space.
– If you have a large screen, use the program with a large font size.
– The program can be updated.
– The program can be run from DOS or Windows XP.
This software is a tool that we developed for our fans and support.
Its purpose is not to replace the antenna manual.
– The manual is at the bottom of the program.
– If you have a problem using the program, please do not hesitate to contact us.
* Type in the above box: antenna type
* Frequency (MHz):
* Type in the above box: Q value
* Type in the above box: type of the capacitor
* Type in the above box: type of the coil
* Centi (pF):
* Type in the above box: center coil radius
* Type in the above box: height of the antenna
* Type in the above box: width of the antenna
* Type in the above box: length of the antenna
* Type in the above box: type of the base coil
* Type in the above box: height of the antenna
* Type in the above

System Requirements For VERTICALS:

· 1GHz processor
· Windows Vista or Windows 7 (64-bit)
· NVIDIA GeForce 8600 or better video card
· DirectX 10 or better
· DirectX SDK
· At least 200MB available free on the hard drive
· 1.5GHz processor
· NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560 or better video

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