The fullest enjoyment of amateur radio involves experimentation with the elements that make up the amateur operator's station. While it is not a requirement that amateurs build their own equipment, it is very common that operators have 'home brewed' part of their station. Of course it is possible to buy all the bits and pieces and operate with a fully plug'n'play set of amateur radio equipment.
If the operator has the capability to carry out simple soldering and construction projects, often equipment elements such as coaxial cable and DC connections will be amongst the first projects. If the operator needs to obtain these skills other amateurs and amateur radio clubs are always willing to provide training and assistance.
Another area of construction is in the area of antennas for the home station, mobile and field operations. In these areas of construction, the ability and skill to measure and adjust antennas performance becomes a prerequisite.
No matter how the wireless radio develop, we may can't do some intricate device, do some little device using our skill and technology, it is fun and rewarding.
Among the various homemade devices, the antenna is our most common. While making the antenna, we may encounter the need to use the antenna adapter. Today we will remove the esoteric measurement and debugging parameters to get to know the various adapters of the antenna.
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