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Author Topic: Need help identifing this antenna  (Read 442 times)
WA3IIA
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« on: April 22, 2013, 12:40:15 PM »

I need help identifying this vertical antenna.

This came from an estate of a local ham, no paper work. The XYL’s kids cleaned out the shack and thew out a lot of stuff, including the paper work. If this antenna had a mounting base with the feedline connector is also missing.

The antenna has 7 black traps, each trap has an aluminum tube, which I believe may be a capacitor, parallel to the trap, some of the tubes are U shaped. There is a horizontal X  radial near the top section. The antenna was extended to 17 feet when I got it but the very top section was not extended, it may go to 24 feed. The closest thing that I could match it to was a Hy-Gain DX 77A or DX88..
I can send a pictures of the antenna. My email is dxcc@ptd.net
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