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In this video I will show you have to build a Yagi antenna for 5.8GHz. It is quite small but if you follow the methods I use you should have no problem building your own. The Yagi has just 5 parasitic elements but this ensures it has a wider beam angle although in having a wider beam doe’s sacrifice range. You can if you wish add more parasitic elements using the same measurements.

<p>Thank you for a great, informative video. Obviously, you are quite knowledgeable and quite skilled in the subject matter. With your excellent approach and outstanding video with very helpful narrative, I think I might give it a try. I want to boost my wifi 5 GHz signal and this little antenna will fit 'Er Indoors' idea of what is acceptable, maybe.</p><p>Well done!!</p>

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