A simple antenna for digital television

The antenna is designed to receive digital television channels in the DVB-T2 range. It has a very simple design and repeatability. Can be used as a home and as an outdoor antenna. Good for long distance reception.

Will be required

Materials:
  • Single-core copper wire 3 mm in diameter.
  • Cable TV with plug.
  • Plastic round planks for the base.
Tool:
  • Soldering iron with solder and flux.
  • Pistol with hot glue.
  • Pliers.
  • Pliers.
  • Roulette or ruler.

Making Antenna for Digital TV DVB-T2

Antenna drawing look like this: Simple antenna for digital television
This is one of the most popular species - a double biquadrat, also called the Kharchenko antenna. It is tuned to the middle of the DVB-T2 range. To make it, you can use a wire and a larger diameter than 3 mm. Take a tape measure,we measure the side for bending according to the drawing.
Simple antenna for digital television
We make bends with the help of pliers forming a square. Simple antenna for digital television Making two such squares for both antenna arms. It is not necessary to make the eyelets at the ends, but it is easier to solder the squares with each other. Now we wet the joints with the flux. A simple antenna for digital television Solder both squares together by soldering.
Simple antenna for digital television
Soldering the cable. A simple antenna for digital television We put on a plastic kruglyash and pour hot spots on the spot of a shot, while gluing the antenna to the plastic.
Simple antenna for digital television
The antenna is ready. It can be suspended for this plastic round.
Simple antenna for digital television
The antenna perfectly catches the house and the street. It is suitable for long-distance reception in the country.As you can see, the design is extremely simple, which gives it significant advantages. Now we send it to the transfer station and start an automatic search. You can also modify the design with a reflector by cutting it out of a piece of tin. You also want to accent your attention to the size of the exposure during manufacture, as a small deviation from the set can significantly reduce the quality of reception of digital channels. If you use the antenna outdoors, it will be good to paint it, protecting it from weather conditions. Although, as it seems to me, nothing will happen to her either.