DIY – Homemade 2.4Ghz Antenna

Check out this funky homemade wireless antenna you can make it yourself and extend the range
of your home wireless network. Tight!

Most of the designs on the web for 2.4 GHz omni antenna seem to involve brass tubing and lmr-400 cable, none of which are readily available to me. I then found a coax only design for 444Mhz that was based on the same idea. The only reasonable cable I could get my hands on was RG-213 from Maplin. By scaling the 444Mhz design up to 2.4 Ghz and using RG-213 I thought I’d have a go. In order to get about 6db gain from the antenna, it would need 8 sectors, with a 1/4 wave section at the top and a fly-lead with N-connector at the bottom. It should take about 2-3 hours to build an antenna using this design, but don’t worry if it takes longer, you will get quicker, especially as you only need to make the jig once.

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2 Responses to DIY – Homemade 2.4Ghz Antenna

  1. girrrrrrr2 says:

    cool… thios can also be used to make some cool telephone poles..

  2. Izl says:

    intresting, great if it really does work

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