Patrick Murphy: Great videos as always but the audio in the could use some leveling... your quit voice vs the loud coffee can.
smallenginedude71: milo are still in metal cans and are quite large
Shawn Rullens: you could a coffee can for 70cm too. 73 n3tee
Fred Romano: Does it matter if the coffee is regular or decaf?
jacky Parker: Done similar myself and it works a treat
Kd8OUR: Sleeve antennas work well and are easy to make. paint cans work good too. You can even get away with using nothing but the coax if you have mad hatter coax hacking skills. Stick the whole thing in a fiberglass or PVC tube and seal. I work at an airport. VHF/UHF sleeve antennas, ground planes and discones.
If you have an old mag mount the element can work well with a coffee or pain can.
Jopa Liz: Может лучше с пивной банки?)
Bill McGraw: Is that 5/8 of a half wave? I scribbled a long time, confused.
Jonathan Warner: Is it just the metal bottom of the can that is providing the ground plane? If so this should work with one of the cardboard sided coffee cans with the metal bottom. I wonder if extra radials would make a better ground plane for it?
hi li: like the adult version of plastic cups and a string. all you need now is a coffee can emitter.
26CT1520: Excellent videos, thanks. 73's
Robert Fern: impressive! I have to try this one but with a paint can since those coffee cans are collector's items nowadays.
thanks for sharing.
ad5kl: Great idea for an attic NOAA or VHF scanner antenna.
Anthony W Stanton: Way cool video of a home-brew antenna! I gotta find a coffee can now and try it! Oh, a pizza pan works great as a ground plane as well! 73 de AC6GM
Ade Larsen: You don't have any paint cans ?? It's time for you to paint the house !! Make your wife happy !
Bill Bijnsdorp: Hi Dave For the vertical element you could use an antenna from the back of a tv or portable radio. No need to cut wire, just extend as needed. The ground plane could be the metal screen from a fan' Bill ve3srh
Bill Bijnsdorp: What about a telescoping antenna from an old tv set Bill ve3srh
Mauricio Riqueelme: anto DB ???? uno ???? angulo de radiacion ?????
g0fvt: It is a good demonstration of what can be done, incidentally IMHO the can is a bit small for 2m, ideally from the hole to the edge should be a quarter of a wavelength, I suspect this is why the whip ended up at 22" when I would normally guess at about 19". Nevertheless thank you for making a well presented video.
Camp Cossack: ROFL!! Love it! Thanks Dave, I'm stocking up on connectors, paint cans and copper wire.