How to make 433MHz QCZEK LRS Moxon antenna V2 (tuned)

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DIY 433 MOXON Antenna

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TUTORIAL : How to made antenna ImmersionRC 433MHz "Sander"

Como hacer una antena buena para la frecuencia 433Mhz, sencilla de hacer y barata para nuestros aeromodelos grandes y pequeños. Sobre todo esta antena la recomiendo para los micros o microcopteros por su ligereza y su buen rendimiento. Necesitaremos los siguientes materiales: - CONECTOR MACHO SMA (4,50€ 5pcs) - Termoretráctil (con 1m = 1€ tenemos para 5 antenas sander): -Cable cobre de 1mm diametro (gratis si tenemos cable tv) sirve cualquier otra medida de hilo, siempre que no exceda de 1mm -Soldador con buena punta, y que estañe bien. -Tijeras, cutter, mechero. -Multimetro (opcional); para comprobar que no este mal hecha la antena La antena debe tener desde el final del conector SMA, 164mm exactos. Dejar al principio un poco más de hilo, 18cm para no tener problemas de que se os quede corto una vez soldado. Si tenéis alguna duda, preguntar y responderé! Saludos ________________________________ How to make a good antenna for 433Mhz frequency , simple to make and inexpensive to our big and small model airplanes . Especially I recommend this antenna for micros or microcopteros for its lightness and its good performance. We will need the following materials: - PLUG SMA (4.50 € 5pcs ) - Heat shrink ( 1m = 1 € 5 antennas have sander ) : -Cable 1mm diameter copper (free if you have cable tv ) serves as any other thread , but no more than 1mm -Soldador Good tip, and tin well . -Scissors , Cutter , lighter. -Multimeter ( Optional); to check for this shoddy antenna If you have any questions , ask and answer ! See you soon

The Fabulous Moxon Antenna, Part 1.

Building Moxon antennas for 70cm, 2m and 6m bands. The 6m Moxon turned out a bit too flimsy, so I will remake it in part two, along with two 2m antennas built from the 10mm tubing left from the first 6m Moxon. A great directional antenna, cheap and easy to build. Please see:

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