Thanks Chris, but I really need info about the 2 elements or 3 element delta
loop all alluminium tubes made, the kind that on the ARRL Antenna Antology
somebody call "plumber delight".
Aluminium elements connected to the boom (aluminium).
I confirm that some time ago there were somebody in USA producing and
advicing on ham magazine this very interesting antenna, with first class
Can someone help me with this infos?
----- Original Message -----
From: "Chris Adams" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "Gian Luca Cazzola" <email@example.com>
Sent: Saturday, September 15, 2001 5:05 AM
Subject: Re: [TowerTalk] delta loop beams - US manufactured
> Lightning Bolt Antennas sells a 2 element 3 and 5 band delta loop.
> Check out the following link:
> chris adams, n4vi
> boulder, Colorado
> Gian Luca Cazzola wrote:
> > Some years ago on CQ and QST magazines I had seen advices about a
> > tribander delta loop beam ( with 2 or 3 elements for each band).
> > It was produced in USA and the photos give me the impression of a first
> > class strong and effective antenna.
> > In this last years I havent seen it anymore in the US magazines.
> > Does anybody know who was the producer and if it is again in production?
> > am very interested about it)
> > Thanks es 73
> > Ian IK4EWX
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