It appears to be a TA33jr. if it has the 12 foot boom as you described. I
believe the higher powered
TA33 had a 14 ft. boom. The instruction "manual" is only 2 pages and if you
need one I could copy it
and mail it to you. There are only 2 settings for the jr. one for fone and one
I'm too computer deficient to do an attachment. The 33jr was my first beam and
worked something like
250 countries with it before I upgraded to the Mosley Classic 33 WARC.
Jim Johnson 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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