- The Long-Boom Quagi
QST February 1978, pp. 20-21
Build a 15-element Quagi antenna for 432MHz.
Including "Additional Bands for the Quagi"
QST April 1978, Technical Correspondence, p. 34
(Also see "Building Quagi Antennas", ARRL Antenna Book 18th Edition, pp. 18-33 to 18-35)
- Build a Portable Groundplane Antenna
QST July 1991, pp. 33-34
A suitable connector and some wire makes this nifty ground plane for your HT.
- Recycle Those Rabbit Ears
QST May 1995, pp. 72-73
Make a 2-meter dipole from trashed TV rabbit Ears
- Recycling TV Antennas for 2-Meter Use
QST November 1996, pp. 34-36
Make a 2-meter beam from junked TV antennas.
- Make Your Own "Rubber Duckies"
QST March 1998, pp. 37-38
Make your own 2-meter rubber duckies that will perform better than many commercial units.
- A Simple Fixed Antenna for VHF/UHF Satellite Work
QST August 2001, pp. 38-41
Work the low-earth orbiting satellites with this effective Turnstile Antenna system
- A Simple Halo for 2-Meter Use
QST August 1957, p.29
Making a car-radio whip serve as a single-wire transmission line
- The Simple Sixer
QST September 1999, pp. 56-57
A 6-meter rotatable dipole
- Wire Gain Antennas for 6 Meters
QST February 1997, pp. 66-67
Several wire antennas from the Long-Wire all the way to the Sterba Curtain for some gain on 6-meters.
- Let's Make the "Hentenna"
QST February 1982, pp. 16-17
An “interesting” VHF antenna made from sticks and wire.
- Six Meters from Your Easy Chair
QST January 2002, pp. 33-34
A 6-meter squalo made from an old lawn chair
- A Two-Band Halo for V.H.F. Mobile
QST September 1958, pp. 11-12, 140, 142
50 and 144 MHz with a single mobile antenna system
- 6-Meter Quad-Turnstile
QST May 2002, pp. 42-46
A omni directional, horizontally polarizes 6-meter loop antenna
- An Inexpensive External GPS Antenna
QST October 2002, pp. 36-39
Save money, homebrew your own external GPS antenna from commonly available materials: copper wire, cream cheese or margarine tub, RG-58U…