We live on the very fringe of DAB radio reception and have tried several indoor antenna with little success and was resigned to having to fit a roof antenna but decided to search the net for a home made one.. When I read the instructions, I was to say the least a tad skeptical .. but as it was only a few minutes to make and cost next to nothing decided to give it a try and bingo .. perfect reception all DAB stations, including my fav Planet Rock .. :Cool::thumb: So, here are the instructions.. You need. about 3 mt 75 ohm coax aerial cable. one F plug or whatever your plug fits your receiver 1. Strip both outer insulation and the braided shield from 300mm/12ins of one end of the cable, just leaving the insulated inner core. 2. Carefully strip the outer sheath from the next 230mm (9ins) of the cable, making sure the braid isn't broken. Wrap a little tape around where the shielding braid meets the stripped inner to stop it unravelling. 3. At that point, where the cable is fully insulated, make a coil of two turns of the remaining fully sheathed cable. The diameter of the coil should be 50mm (2ins).Secure the coil to stop it unwinding with insulation tape. 4. Attach the 'F' or UHF/VHF plug to the untouched, longest end. Tape a loop of string or whatever to the top thin end, so you can hang the finished aerial vertically from a nail or drawing pin in the wall as per aesthetic preference. Don't ruin it by letting the uninsulated braid touch anything metallic; and don't coil the long end of the cable! Plug in to your tuner's DAB antenna socket. You will probably now receive all your 57 or whatever stations at a much higher signal level than using a dipole or 'T' aerial. And probably better than a pricey amplified set-top gizmo. That's it.