How is a cell phone antenna built?


To build a cell phone antenna, first create a hole for the antenna connector and then solder the copper wire to the bottom of the connector and let it dry. After drying, place the antenna into the earlier created hole with the copper wire in front of the inner of the cans. Finally, link the pigtail to the cell phone.
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How to Build You Own Cell Phone Antenna
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Difficulty: Moderately Easy
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