Re: ADSB In - Classic Cozy 3 Antenna Placement Experience

Wm Kezele
 

I placed my dipole in the backseat leg area, and used a Nickel based paint to create my ground plane. I don’t have the name of the paint handy but I can get pictures and send more data if you have interest it worked perfect.


On Jun 23, 2020, at 6:36 AM, Phillip Johnson <Cozy.cgple@...> wrote:

Delete my last message, you are only talking about ADSB IN not OUT.

Phillip Johnson 


On Jun 23, 2020, at 8:35 AM, Phillip Johnson via groups.io <Cozy.cgple@...> wrote:

Hi Steve 

Aren’t you concerned about transmitting high power so close to your head?

Phillip Johnson 


On Jun 23, 2020, at 8:18 AM, Steve Stearns <steve@...> wrote:


I made a wideband dipole out of brass tubing and mounted it on the back of the headrest (Longeze).  I use it for both bands and it works fine.  Sorry I don't have a better picture.

Steve Stearns
O235 Longeze 
Boulder / Longmont CO

On Mon, Jun 22, 2020 at 10:39 AM Richard Sessions <rtsessions@...> wrote:
Campers,

I know there has been a lot of discussion on the ADSB-In antenna placements a few months back, but curious to see what people are getting good results with in
a Classic Cozy 3 now that there has been a little more time and likely more experience.

I know there was the slot antenna and others, but I am thinking a 13"ish square foil for the dipole under the left thigh support.  I know it is a projection and subject to ridicule, but pretty simple and not a lot of changes / structure in the back seat area.

I am hooking up to a Dynon HDX system in a panel upgrade and it is about the last thing I have when my newly repaired ADAHRs gets back (static port failure....).

Feel free to contact me off line as I am sure most feel we have done this to death.

Thanks!
Richard
Richard Sessions, Cozy 3 N9455 (William Chorley builder if anyone has anything on it)
Houston's Ellington Field (KEFD) - Go RAFE!
rtsessions@..., 281-467-2432 (leave a message with all the spam....)

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