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Make Your Own FM Vertical Sleeve Coax Antenna [DIY]
posted June 6 2014 10:47.18 by spic0m




If your looking to make a fairly simple vertical FM antenna(Transmit or Receive), then this video may be for you. All that is required is some coax(preferably 50 ohm with copper shielding, a small diameter brass/copper tube, solder and rosin flux, heat shrink tubing, and an RF connector of your choice. Using a SWR meter would also be extremely useful for very precise tuning, but not mandatory.



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