WA9JNM Mosley TA-33-JR
May 16, 2013
TA-33-JR still going strong! Ice storm of 1992.
VE7URN, "One heck of an antenna..." TA-33-JR-N
March 06, 2013
just want to thank you for the quick delivery of the
antenna I ordered. All the parts were there. I put it on a tilt over mast at a height of 42
ft. I got in the shack and checked the swr. It was good.
Right about where the specs said it should be. I was real
pleased about that. I made 3 contacts after that. One to
Iceland and one to central South America on 20
meters and one to Russia on 15 meters. I was thrilled.
After that I checked the F/B ratio's on a couple of
stations and it was good. All I can say is the TA33JR
is one heck of an antenna and I'll be recommending it to
fellow hams. I just had to let the crew at Mosley know how pleased I am
with my antenna purchase.
Thanks again and 73'
Bruce VE7URN Burnaby B.C. Canada
VE7MWP TA-33-JR-N WARC "Thanks for such a great product!"
January 06, 2013
VE7MWP All too
often no one takes the time to send a note when
everything worked and went smoothly.
TA-33 arrived on time, all the pieces were in the box,
and assembly was a dream. More importantly, it
works wonderfully and met all your published
Thanks for such a great product.
DF5RF MINI-33-A, 500 QSOs using 5 watts...
January 06, 2013
DF5RF Thanks for
this small and fine antenna! The
antenna has been set to the CW parts on 20m and 15m,
on 10m I had to make a compromise with 28.3 MHz. But
anyway, I already made more than 500 QSO's using QRP
(5 Watts!), and worked A5A on 100Watts. I've played
with a number of compromise-in-size antennas before,
and I can tell you this one is much more directional
than I expected, even on 20m! Attached is a
picture showing it is mounted below a 7ele 2m yagi.
Thanks again and best regards! Gernot, DF5RF