This article describes how to make a quadrifilar helix (QFH) antenna easily, from inexpensive materials: uPVC plumbing pipe and RG-58U co-axial cable.
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that is about QFH Antennas provides circular polarization and a near hemispherical coverage. A popular usage is for satellite reception..
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