# Antenna inductance calculator

**wire**in feet. The

**antenna calculator**above uses this formula as a starting point to

**calculate wire**lengths for the dipole. The results are conveniently displayed in inches, centimeters, feet and meters. This formula to obtain the length of a half-wave dipole

**antenna**will give a good ballpark value to start with..

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**Calculate**

**Inductance**Loop

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**Calculator**..

**calculate**the

**inductance**of a single-layer circular spiral coil, we use a modified Harold A. Wheeler formula :. where (see figure above): L is the

**inductance**measured in henries (H),. a is the average radius, in meters (m):. c is the width of coil, in meters (m):. µ 0 is the vacuum permeability in henries per meter (H/m),. n is the number of turns.

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**antenna**The

**calculator**returns values for the axial propagation factor β and characteristic impedance Z c of the n = 0 (T 0) sheath helix waveguide mode for any helix dimensions at any frequency. This information is useful for designing: High-Q loading coils for

**antenna**size reduction ( construction details ),.

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**Antenna**coil

**inductance**for different C Figure 6 describes an easy and reliable method to design and fine tune an

**antenna**in few steps, which can be summarized as: manufacture three

**antennas**centered on the theoretical equivalent

**inductance**L A. This

**calculator**is used to

**calculate**the slope, curvature, torsion and arc length of a helix.