HI I HAVE ONE....
ALL ELEMENTS ARE ACTIVE ON ALL BANDS.
THE 2 CENTER ELEMENTS ARE IN A LOG PERIODIC CONFIGURATION
THE PITCH FORK LOOKING AREA OF EACH ELEMENT ARE MATCHING AREAS..TRAPS IS NOT
THE CORRECT TERM SO I'VE BEEN TOLD.
THIS IS AN OLD ANTENNA ALSO..THE MANUAL HAS AN ADDRES FROM CALIFORNIA.
I JUST REPLACED ALL THE PLASTIC RE-ADJUSTED ALL TO THE NUMBERS IN THE MANUAL
AND PUT IT UP. I WOULD NOT WORRRY ABOUT THE COLOR OF THE ALUMINUM. JUST A
FUNCTION OF AGE. NATURALLY ANY ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS TO THE BOOM SHOULD HAVE
THE AREA CLEANED.
NOW ANY AREAS THAT HAVE A CHALKY/POWDERY LOOK ARE BAD SPOTS.
Date: Sat, 22 May 2010 10:30:49 -0400
From: Ed Haggerty <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: [TowerTalk] KLM's KT-34XA
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Was wondering if anyone had an electrical diagram of what each element of this
antenna represented. Which elements are for 10M , 15M and 20M. What creates the
capacitors and inductors on the elements, etc.
I do have the construction information. I have an original version and the
present versions. There are differences in the lengths of measurements.
Also while I have you reading, what is the best way to restore the aluminum. My
guess (biased on the serial number of '01483') this antenna is about 35-45
years old and is a very dull gray in color.
Any information / suggestions would be appreciated
Grid square FM29bs
The New Busy think 9 to 5 is a cute idea. Combine multiple calendars with
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