You may want to obtain the data sheet for a TA32
and compare dimensions with the TA33.
Parasitic elements have a strong effect on feed impedance
of the DE. Removing an element without compensating for
that change is highly likely to change the feed impedance
(R and X).
On Mon, 17 Jun 2002 "Kurzenknabe, Barbara and Glenn" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> I obtained the remains of a TA-33 and assembled it as a 2 element
> using the
> Driven element and Reflector. It is side-mounted on the tower as a
> "south multiplier" antenna.... The resonant points are 14.512
> 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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