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Here's a very simple and effective 3-element yagi for the 2 meter amateur radio band. According to the video's author, "Prepping Ohio", most of the parts were found in or around his home. Using scrap lumber, some stiff wire, and a spare tube to support the antenna, he was able to make several contacts using about 1 watt of power. The antenna is vertically polarized and works well for contacting mobile stations.
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