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  1. KB0FXK

    KB0FXK Ham Member QRZ Page

    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  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.

    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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