We've shown you how to build an antenna before, but this one is both good-looking and powerful enough to pick up HD channels. Best of all, it's cheap to make.
All you'll need to get started is some paper, aluminium foil, flexible plastic (like a document cover -- available at newsagents or Officeworks), a matching transformer (and the nuts and bolts needed to mount it), and some glue. The end result is a powerful fractal antenna that can rival some of the commercial options out there.
This project comes to us from HTPC DIY and was inspired by the cardboard and aluminium foil antenna we've featured before. This one, however, looks much better. If you want to make one yourself, hit the link below for a walkthrough.
Ever build your own HD antenna? Let us know in the comments below.