I would start by removing the parasitic element and just loading the driven
element and comparing the frequencies you find resonance at with only the
>From there I would try to find how the original antenna element lengths
compared to the mechanical driven element length....
If the driven element alone is high, slide it on down and then find the
amount you changed the specs and proportionately adjust the parasitic....
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BUILDER - NO SCHOOLING OTHER THAN FROM THE SCHOOL OF HARD KNOCKS AND HOURS
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Kurzenknabe, Barbara and Glenn" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Monday, June 17, 2002 3:40 PM
Subject: [Towertalk] Mosley TA-33 question......
> I obtained the remains of a TA-33 and assembled it as a 2 element beam
> using the
> Driven element and Reflector. It is side-mounted on the tower as a
> "south multiplier" antenna.... The resonant points are 14.512 MHz,
> 21.160 MHz and 28.852 MHz...
> If all bands were "high" I would have some thoughts? I am confused.
> Any thoughts on what to look for when I pull it down?
> Thanks and 73
> Glenn, K3SWZ
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