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Title: Does this yagi look Familiar?
Post by: KE4VBG on January 20, 2013, 05:14:59 PM
Just wondering if anybody recognizes this 4 Element yagi. The boom fittings are cast aluminum and the driven element has a rubber insulator between the elements and is fed with an N connector. There are heavy insulated wires running through the driven elements out to the ends. I guess the connection is made at the ends on the driven element for matching. Any help on a Brand would be appreciated.

73,Doug KE4VBG

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Title: RE: Does this yagi look Familiar?
Post by: N4CR on January 20, 2013, 07:20:38 PM
I don't know, but that driven element mounting scheme sure looks like a Mosley configuration.


Title: RE: Does this yagi look Familiar?
Post by: KE4VBG on January 20, 2013, 08:44:35 PM
Thanks Phil

After studying Mosley's website I believe you're right. It seems to be a CL series 10, 15, or 20m Monobander. The mounting arrangement favored my old TA-33M but the matching system threw me off. They offered it on some of their models. I got a bunch of old beams from a friend and will have to sort through the pile to find all the parts that fit, so I can determine the band it's on.Thanks for the help.

73, Doug KE4VBG


Title: RE: Does this yagi look Familiar?
Post by: W4RS on January 21, 2013, 12:21:54 AM
its a cl36 4 element 10 15 20 at, a great gain ant, i have one along with 2 67b's