It's not difficult but designs depend on what kind of airplane it is. The RST Engineering link is good for composite aircraft. A regular vee dipole with a coax balun is good for VOR/LOC and works well enough with a splitter to feed the GS too.HI. I have garmin SL-32 and I'd like to enable nav part of this radio. I thinking about make home-build VOR/LOC/GS antenna. Maybe someone have any diagrams of this?
In that case a very simple dipole cut to the proper length for the middle of the VOR/LOC band should be sufficient. You can make the dipole elements from copper tape, copper mesh, copper wire, or aluminum tubing, whichever is easiest to fabricate and install in your aircraft. A ferrite or coax balun will help with performance but is not absolutely necessary.Hi, we're talking about TL-132 metal mesh + fabric
I'd like to feed my sl-30 and use ILS/GS only for training, I'm not planning to land IMC.