how can i make a homemade am antenna for my am radio?

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An antenna that will deal with those frequencies will typically be about 6-8 ft long. Possibly available from Pacific Aerials. Try this site - http://radioworld.ca/index.php?manufacturers_id=76

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You can use AH,SAS-200/550 100hz to 60 MHz rod antenna. You can have also the options to buy higher end than this.

Answered: Placing a wire radio antenna

dear friend you can use a vertical wire [no matter wire size] in the yard,one end fix by wood or plastic at the edge of roof and the other end at the garden by wood or plastic. now connect the sheald of cable to garden by a large nail and central wire of cable to the bottom end of vertical ...

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I don't think there will be problem but you should get it check.

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dear friend yes. if you install a proper antenna on the roof [in the line of sight of tv transmitter],you will receive the local channels. sincerely rahmati [antenna engineer] from IRAN rahmatikhalil@yahoo.com 10 june 2009
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Who performed george wilson's CFRB's radio program Starlight Serenade

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