Hornet hf beam

Discussion in 'General Technical Questions and Answers' started by KB0FXK, Apr 18, 2004.

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  1. KB0FXK

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    I recently bought an HF beam and was told it was a Hornet tri-bander.  There is only 1 set of traps for each element.  On the casting for the driven element is marked "de-5p".  That is all the information I have on it.  If anyone has any more info, or can help me out with identifying it, please e-mail me at kb0fxk@earthlink.net.  If anyone would like to see some pics to help identify it, let me know and I'll try to get those as soon as possible.

    Thank you
    Terry Zellman
    KB0FXK [​IMG]
  2. W9GB

    W9GB Ham Member QRZ Page

    Hornet Antenna Products (Duncan, OK) did make a TB-500 tri-band antenna.  Ken Henry, WA8ALV has one listed for sale (may have documents for it) in the L'Anse Creuse ARC April 2004 newsletter.  khenryrtd@aol.com

    Gordon Couger, W5RED (ex-AB5DG) in Stillwater, OK should also be a good resource.  He had a Hornet tribander for Field Day usage.

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