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Howto...: Norton AT 232297 Cat No. 725 All Weather Tape
Howto: Make your own antennas Do not buy this product. It is too expensive, it does not work as advertised, and the manufacturer does not stand by the product
Posted by rclark on Wednesday, December 14 @ 19:33:54 CST (8883 reads)
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Howto...: Howto: Make a 'Brick' directional antenna
Howto: Make your own antennas The Brick Antenna is a very simple, very cheap antenna. A pair of Brick antennas will make a link over a 1km distance (Clear Line of Sight).
Posted by rclark on Saturday, November 13 @ 05:00:00 CST (34423 reads)
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Howto...: Howto: Modify a 'PacWireless' Galaxy antenna
Howto: Make your own antennas
Some Galaxy TV antennas are made by Pacific Wireless and look similar to this. The feedhorn ('Dipole') is very difficult to modify, but easy to exchange.
Posted by rclark on Saturday, November 13 @ 03:59:27 CST (6816 reads)
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Howto...: Howto: Modify a 'Conifer' Galaxy antenna
Howto: Make your own antennas One of the most popular antennas to mod for use at 2.4 GHz is the ex-Galaxy TV antenna. The modification described below applies only to the Galaxy antennas manufactured by the Conifer company.

You can buy a kit of parts from our Online Store.

Posted by rclark on Friday, November 12 @ 18:41:33 CST (19429 reads)
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Howto...: Howto: Make an 'AntCap' BiQuad Directional antenna
Howto: Make your own antennas The AntCaptenna is an easy to make, relatively high-gain directional antenna. A pair of AntCaptennas, pointed at each other with clear Line Of Sight (LOS) can make a 5km link.
Posted by rclark on Thursday, November 11 @ 21:29:37 CST (28642 reads)
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Howto...: Howto: Make a 'Satenna' High Gain directional antenna
Howto: Make your own antennas The Satenna is a cheap, highly focused, high gain, antenna. It is made from:
  • a standard Satellite TV dish, and
  • an Antcaptenna, with modified mounting
The Satenna is based on this article by Trevor Marshall.

Posted by rclark on Thursday, November 11 @ 21:29:12 CST (25254 reads)
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Howto...: Howto: Make a 'Downpipe' Slotted Waveguide Omni antenna
Howto: Make your own antennas The slotted-waveguide is the antenna of choice for the omni-directional (wide beam) antenna at the center of a wireless network.
Posted by rclark on Thursday, November 11 @ 21:28:38 CST (138321 reads)
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