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  1. This RF topics are interesting and tempting. I'm pretty skillful in metal work, and well equipped with with basic knowledge in math and physics. I could theoretically build different types of antennae for WI Fi ( 2,4 and 5MHz) bands and use them accordingly, but I will not have a clue about workmanship and quality of the build. Only way to test them is number of AP/Clints connected which is very unprecise. Any mistake will be hard to detect. So I`m asking more experienced and knowledgeable forum members , what set of basic equipment I would need to test and tune the antennas? I`m not speaking about professional level, just basics. Thanks....