Building a DIY 2.4 GHz Helical feed for the QO-100/Es’Hail-2 satellite

Posted on Wednesday, August 14th, 2019 in DIY by DP

In this video Adam 9A4QV demonstrates his 2.4 GHz homemade helical feed for the QO-100/Es’Hail-2 satellite.


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