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Re: Homebrew Antenna




Hello Matt!

19 Sep 00 17:48, you wrote to All:

 MD> I am in Australia (VK4) and am wondering if somebody could share their
 MD> experiences of any VERY easy to make homebrew antenna, I would prefer
 MD> either 2m or 70cm, anything that I could currently use to listen to
 MD> the birds, voice only, I have heard that SunSat is very easy to hear,
 MD> even with a HT.
 MD>
 MD> Please foward URL's or anything else, I am trying to make a very crude
 MD> antenna here though, havent had much time to drive half way around
 MD> Brisbane trying to look for a decent antenna.

Try Jerry's page, at http://members.aol.com/homebrewpics/

I also have an antenna design which I use at

http://www.qsl.net/vk3jed/2m70cmant1html.html

This one works quite well and is made out of brazing rod, which I obtained from
a local welding supplier.

Tony, VK3JED
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