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Dual antennas or single?
Simple CB Base Station Antenna : 4 Steps - Instructables
Truck drivers' made co-phase antenna set-ups popular back in the early 70's. There are several good reasons for their use. First of all, co-phased antennas create a directional pattern that favors communications in front and in back of the vehicle. If you are speaking with someone in front or behind your vehicle and either one of you take a turn and leave the more powerful RF lobe, a definite change in clarity will be noted.
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Removing stock antennas
You will learn why most semi trucks have duals. You will also learn how to get the most out of a dual antenna system for your application. Of course, it all travels back and forth through the coax cable.
This is a simple base station CB antenna You can make in 30 minutes out of a bit of PVC pipe and fittings, some wire and a SO coax connector and a piece of coax to connect it to your radio. You should have a 1. You should be able to build this for about 10 to 15 dollars. Make sure solder joint is shiny.