I want to learn that is there a constraint of placement of BBBW’ antennas on a enclosure’s panel? I mean that how much two antennas should be close to each other? or what is the maximum distance between the two antennas on the enclosure panel to obtain a correct radiation? Should two antennas be parallel each other?
Theoretically, I believe in testing when necessary but there are “too” many ideas circulating on this science. I am really not offering any answer but the sound fact that testing should ensue. Believe me, it may seem silly, when I say, “Testing is necessary.”
P.S. Just to get the story correct, you are trying to dictate what is the best placement for your antennas. Right? I have only tested the BBBW and the antennas in a room where the bot has only gone 10 to 15 feet away from my WiFi signal source. This was also w/out an enclosure. If I get this nifty enclosure I want to get one day, I will relay my findings. Also, I plan on taking this bot on the road and testing it outside of my comfortable domain. So, I can reply w/ my findings on this particular circumstance. This group will allow me to bring in my bot and test it in their space. During testing, I should get a feel for how much space I can actually use, if you are going to be interested, w/ my “reliable” WiFi signal at their location.
Me again. Did you ever figure out the way to get your antennas to be placed correctly for premium usage?
P.S. If so, what was your route of testing?
Look here: http://www.ti.com/tool/rf-range-estimator. That is a tool for TI radio frequency (rf) ranges.
P.S. Also, look here for a couple of excel sheets on rf ranges: https://e2e.ti.com/support/wireless-connectivity/sub-1-ghz/f/156/t/375556. I think this should be dedicated to your set up. I am not 100% sure but check it out in the meantime. It may prove valuable.