It's a dual band 2m/70 cm yagi antenna made with common materials and cost very little to make. Also, the antenna is fed with only one coaxial cable and does not use a duplexer. For many decades radio amateurs have built antennas with wood and wire and have .
Steps 1. Measure and drill the wooden beam. 2. Measure and cut the brass rod. 3. Assemble the rods in the beam. 4. Prepare the coaxial cable. 5. Connect the coax cable. 6. Secure the coax cable. 7. Figure out where to point your antenna. 8. Find the frequency to tune in to. 9. Go out and.
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