spray on antenna at Dayton HAMVENTION
Dan Romanchik KB6NU
cwgeek at kb6nu.com
Thu Jun 28 08:21:33 CDT 2012
This company's been flogging this for a while. They even made a Wall St. Journal blog (http://blogs.wsj.com/digits/2012/02/10/spray-on-antenna-unveiled-at-google-event/?mod=WSJBlog&mod=). What doesn't compute for me is that they never reveal how they discovered this miracle, spray-on material. Also, I find it a bit difficult to believe that wire antennas are so inefficient that antennas made with this material would show such a big difference in signal strength. And, if this stuff is so great, why aren't they selling it, so that hams and others can start making antennas with it?
I put this company and the fractal antenna guy in the same boat.
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On Jun 27, 2012, at Jun 27,9:41 PM, Mike O'Dell wrote:
> "Spray-on Antenna"
> sounds like a fake commercial on Saturday Night Live
> with Dan "Bass-o-Matic!" Akroyd showing how to
> make your cellphone work better
> On 6/27/12 9:26 PM, fgentges at mindspring.com wrote:
>> Somewhere I heard that they would be making the presentation at 10 AM on Saturday. I went over and there was a list for the days presentations at the ARRL place. This presentation was not at 10 AM or at any other time.
>> Having looked at the video I do not find any solid information on what this stuff is and why it should work. He makes a lot of claims but in the end, I am yet to be convinced.
>> Frank K0BRA
>> On 6/27/12 4:58 PM, Bill Liles wrote:
>>> Folks, take a look at
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