Wednesday, January 29, 2020

Make Your Own FM Vertical Sleeve Coax Antenna. Post 2129.


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Thanks to "electronicsNmore" for this wonderfully funny and thoroughly enjoyable tutorial on how to make a simple FM Vertical Sleeve Antenna from a length of coaxial cable.  "Dinosaurous Rex" lends a helpful hand (or is it claw?) in assembling this simple, effective FM antenna.  Make a few of these antennas for your "go-kit" or for that next mini DXpedition to the nearest park.

Here are some remarks from the video producer:

"If you're looking to make a fairly simple vertical FM antenna(Transmit or Receive) for small devices, then this video may be for you. All that's 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. This video also features my buddy, "Dinosaurous Rex". LOL Thanks For Watching! ***If you enjoy watching my videos, please show your support by SUBSCRIBING, POSTING LINKS to my videos on other websites & blogs, rating a "THUMBS UP", and watching my video playlists. Doing so will help to ensure that many more videos will be released in the future. (Views are essential to keep this channel in an active state)***"

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