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In the picture you see the 3-legs of the bamboo tower, and hanging within you see a little construct made from corks and toothpicks. Each cork has a hole drilled through the center through which the wire can pass, so that the four-sided construct holds the wires in the correct relation to each other.
Up at the top of the tower is an identical cork/toothpick construct which holds the 4-wires from the top. To make sure that the wires don’t slip free from the corks each hole at the top of each cork is plugged with tips from toothpicks to lock the wires in place.
At the bottom the four wires projecting from 4-corks come together in a single centered connection, are soldered together and attached to the Wholehouse FM 2.0 antenna output with an alligator clip.
The black hook comes from a pack of socks, and holds the transmitter under the antenna by a triangular bent paperclip that slips through the transmitter’s belt clip.
Since the four-element antenna is dangling from above, it is only good indoors where there is no wind to blow it into motion.