It appears to be a TA-33 of some variety (there were 2 or 3 types).
I have a manual for a TA-33M, and a spare set of traps (used) for a TA-33
Jr. if anyone is interested.
At 08:13 AM 8/22/2002 -0400, you wrote:
>Well I will be darn! I guess I did not remember that TT did not do
>attachments, I certainly understand why.
>Anyway, the antenna is a Mosley has three elements with what appears
>to be one traps in each side of each element. The boom is about 12 ft
>and appears to be about 1 1/2" diameter.
>You can view the pic at http://www.kc4hw.net/mosley.jpg
>On 22 Aug 02, at 7:41, Pete Smith wrote:
> > At 06:46 AM 8/22/02 -0400, you wrote:
> > >Hello Everyone,
> > >
> > >I am trying to identify a Mosely antenna that I recently acquired. I have
> > >attached a pic of the antenna. Does anyone know what this is?
> > >
> > >Additionally, I need a assembly manual, can someone help with that?
> > >
> > Jim, as you have now discovered, the reflector does not permit attachments,
> > because of the virus threat -- otherwise, 1100 people could be infected at
> > once.
> > The best work-around is to post your picture on a web site and invite
> > people to look at it there. Alternatively, you could tell us --
> > frequency? number of elements? number of traps per element? boom
> > length? feed system?
> > 73, Pete N4ZR
> > Sometimes a tower is just a tower
>Jim Johnson, Melbourne, Florida
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