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NAME

       input - input data file format

DESCRIPTION

       This  manual  page describes the output format of the file created by the Yagi-Uda project
       input or first programs. The file is an ASCII file, so can be edited manually if required.
       It is read by yagi or optimise.  The program optimise also creates the same file format.

       NOTES
       FREQUENCY
       MIN_FREQUENCY
       MAX_FREQUENCY
       STEP_FREQUENCY
       ELEMENTS
       DRIVEN
       PARASITIC
       ANGULAR_STEP
       DATA_DRIVEN
       DATA_PARASITIC

       The
       #
       is used as a comment.

       A typical file, for an antenna designed for the 2m amateur band (144-146
       MHz) might be as shown below. Note:
       1) Reflector is at position 0.0
       2) All elements lengths/positions are in m.

       NOTES This line can be up to 400 characters.
       FREQUENCY 145.000000
       MIN_FREQUENCY 144.000000
       MAX_FREQUENCY 146.000000
       STEP_FREQUENCY 0.100000
       ELEMENTS 10
       DRIVEN 1
       PARASITIC 9
       ANGULAR_STEP   180.000000
       #DATA_DRIVEN x y length  diameter voltage phase
       DATA_DRIVEN  0.30993 0.000000 1.002492 0.0063000000000000 1.000000 0.000000
       # DATA_PARASITIC x y length  diameter
       DATA_PARASITIC
          0.00000    0.00000    1.01902    0.00630
          0.49859    0.00000    0.95551    0.00630
          1.07338    0.00000    0.93595    0.00630
          1.81020    0.00000    0.92050    0.00630
          2.58152    0.00000    0.91322    0.00630
          3.30390    0.00000    0.91243    0.00630
          4.03692    0.00000    0.90423    0.00630
          4.64108    0.00000    0.89081    0.00630
          5.37418    0.00000    0.83912    0.00630

FILES

            filename                             ASCII description of antenna.       filename.out
       binary file

SEE ALSO

       yagi(1), output(1), input(1), optimise(1), first(1) and yagi(5).

AUTHORS

       Dr. David Kirkby G8WRB (david.kirkby@onetel.net), with help with converting  to  DOS  from
       Dr. Joe Mack NA3T (mack@fcrfv2.ncifcrf.gov).