I am making the Printed Yagi-Uda Dipole Array with Balun (that is the full name). I used Antenna Magus to calculate dimensions. I am not sure how to properly connect it to coaxial cable.
Here is what the antenna looks like:
In the Feed Method it states:
The printed Yagi structure requires a balanced feed. Typically, however the antenna is fed using an unbalanced coaxial cable and a balun is required to provide the required balanced feed.
An integrated balun structure is taken into consideration in the Antenna Magus design procedure and the Antenna Magus export models include a co-planar quarter-wave balun construction. If a coaxial cable is used, the outer conductor is simply soldered along the one line of the balun from the reflector element all the way to the driven element. At this point the inner conductor is extended across the gap of the driven element and soldered onto the opposite arm.
The antenna could be fed using a balanced source or a different balun construction. (Note that for these cases, the balun design will need to be done independently of Antenna Magus, and the co-planar balun structure may need to be removed from the export models for simulation purposes.)
Does the image below show the correct way of connecting coax to the antenna?
Orange dots are solder spots.
I do not have much experience making antennas.