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Well after 2 years and alot of trial and error with home made antennas for hdtv i finally have a good one, it cost me about 5 dollars but works better than the 40$ one i bought. so here is what you will need

1.    75 ohm transformer


2. 5 gallon bucket

3. enough copper ice maker line to go around the bucket

step 1 wrap copper tube around bucket and cut where the 2 ends meet

step 2 smash the 2 ends of copper tube flat with a  hammer

step 3 drill holes in center of smashed part of copper

step 4 use 75 ohm screws to attach copper to transformer

thats it  your done now hook it up to a cable and find the best spot out side to hang it. hope this helps  ill try to get a pic of mine in a min
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