yagi. It outputs x,y,z coordinates in mm, for use in optimization programs like
EZNEC and YO. Please report bugs or errors to orrin.winton at gmail.com.
Also note that this program does not give you the tools to design
a feedpoint balun. Hint: one kind of balun for matching is a simple
half-wave coaxial balun.
Enter frequency in MHz (first box), number of
elements (2nd box), height above ground IN METERS (3rd box),
and type horizontal or vertical (all lower case) for the polarization, then hit 'calculate.'
For a new antenna, or to change values, be sure to hit CLEAR and start from