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Hello,i loved the way use made an antenna. So the bolts are connected directly to the tin and the clips and and coaxial cable is connected to the other end! I am looking forward to make this antenna and the other one too,as suggested by the author!! Cool,thanks for sharing.Thank you!
I am making a "Free Electricity Circuit(CONVERSION OF RF WAVES TO DC)". My Professor said me instead of using a copper wire suspended in space use an antenna. Now the question is, Will this antenna help me to convert receiving RF waves to DC? Or Can I use this antenna?? Professor also said to add a multiplier at the end of circuit to to get maximum voltage!! Thank You!!
Take a coaxial cable. connect the core of coaxial cable with one bolt and other will be grounded,using a copper plate. and other end of coaxial cable will be connected to set-top box or TV.. Just a trial and error method!! I am trying the same thing,let me know if it worked with you!Thank you!
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