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This instructable is from: http://ruckman.net/archives.htm#FEATURED and submitted by William Ruckman of http://ruckman.net The first thing I would ...
Assemble the enclosure with the reflector under the plastic cover.
Drill small tap holes on the opposite side from the reflector in the following positions and place a conductive screw.
Cut four 8" pieces of the solid core wire and strip it bare.
Use a marker and mark every 1" on the wire. (This is where we are going to make the bends)
You will repeat this step for each wire. Each bend on the wire will be 60 degrees exactly as we will be making equilateral triangles with this fractal...
Cut 2 more pieces of wire at least 6 inches long and strip them. Bend these wires around the top and bottom screws going longways and contact the cent...
Place and screw down each of your fractals to the corner screws.Attach the impedance matching transformer across the two center screws and tighten the...
To see the results of the tests I ran click the link below: http://ruckman.net/archives.htm#DTV ENJOY!
I have made some new elements using a paper template I made in Gimp (photo editor). I used small solid core wire from telephone wire and it was solid ...
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