Now, I have got the BJT part and the LC oscillator part figured out. What I need is now the design of antenna. Note that my constraints are: I only need proof of concept, that is I only need to see if wireless transmission is happening or not-for example in receiver circuit I will have an LED which will turn on/off on basis of source voltage at transmitter side.There is no requirement for long range or ultra high frequency(I will set LC accordingly). I will place both circuits side by side(meaning not too far to raise concerns).
So, my question is can I make a simple monopole or dipole antenna(or any antenna) with a jumper wire(or just a wire) or any other simple conductor without any coaxial cable, mounts, brackets, soldering equipment. I just want a quick plug-in of a simple antenna to both circuits and check transmission(do consider the case if circuits are built on a breadboard). Whatever resources I have referred to now, they suggest antennas with complex components(with respect to my constraints above):