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Dip a little bit of the wire into the flux here so there’s some flux on the end of this wire. Let’s go ahead and pin this is really easy. That one is ten; always keep sober on your tip. Okay we’re done tending the wire. Let’s clean off the end of the wire on there and then I'm going to situate this so I can have one hand free, I recommend a helper. If you don’t have a helper then find something to hold.
Okay, we’re going to use this 13th, 16th inch and then group it here and what I'm going to do is simply wrap it around and make it into coil. Now, I don’t remember all as on tracks, and everything on the center of the antenna at the end line in series within the antenna. Well that’s an inductor. I’ll take another tool quarter pool than link of the antenna so it saves on size for the antenna. Portability of the antenna application, you would be really careful not to disturb the coil that she made. Go ahead now, and have a little bit of flux like I said.
All we need to do on the soldering iron, hi Logan. Tend to keep bridge and that’s it. My solo connection is there, switched to an inspection here then it looks nice and clean. We’ll go ahead and continue with the PC Billboard connection with the other side of the wire. Okay, here’s the other side of the transmitter here and it plan a little bit of flax around this landing we’re going to saw there. We’re on the sort of the other side of the wire, so there could be the flax there. There’s a little bit of the flax here on the end of the wire.
Okay, and then take a look at the time there to get back other hand to hold steady, hold fast forming, sitting in there. My light isn’t to create a string now and then the end. And hopefully, this will flow as desired. It doesn’t take long if we’d be very careful at the other components on the board. That was it forks in a split of a second.
Take a quick look here nice to feel it there a plenty of softer, good flow and good connection. Watch for the verify by looking to the hole yu don’t see any wire going across the hole there before you put the screw in. make sure it’s seated in place, screw that back in, and here we are. Here is our 4 and 33 megahertz cord of wavelength antenna as it may be a connector. Screw that on here these like so, and now, the modification I complete.
What’s really nice about this? Is you can unscrew the antenna easily so it packs away smaller. A nice and clean look! Now what we have to do is test it out.