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Mosley Amateur antennas are pre-tuned, pre-drilled and color-coded for ease of assembly which means NO MEASURING! Hand-crafted under rigid engineering standards, Mosley antennas are constructed of highly durable drawn, aluminum tubing. All stainless steel and non-corrosive hardware insuring longer antenna life... an average of 30 years! Mosley antennas and antenna accessories are guaranteed free of defects in material and workmanship for a period of two years from the date of delivery.
Mosley invented the metal encased trap design. Don't be fooled by these "lossy" trap theories. If you want superior multi-band performance without the hassles of a multi-tower set up, take a good look at our "Trap Master" beams. For more information concerning our trap design, please see our FAQ section.
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From: David VK7YUM Hi. Just a short note to say a HUGE “thank you”! Parts arrived by mail today J Not a bad effort considering I ordered parts for my rotator from Sydney, New South Wales, on the same day and they haven’t arrived yet L Again, thank you very much - I’ll be telling everyone about your fantastic service.
From: Jeffrey W4/TI2JCC Subject: HURRICANE IRMA ANTENNA REPORT Gentlemen, I would like to report to you that one of your TA-54XL antennas that I installed a couple of years ago on a self supported tower at a 80 ft level in Miami survived perfectly with no damage whatsoever. The wind at this location was in excess of 100 MPH that toppled 2 large trees on the property. I have owned Mosley antennas for 40 years and I can say that they are a great product that will survive the harshest conditions. Congratulations on a great product.
From: Harry W3WKX Subject: TA 33 My TA 33 has been up in air for 37 years and never needs maintenance !!!!
From: Bill AE3J Subject: DI-6 My DI-6 has performed well over the thirty eight years that I have used it. The antenna has been in continuous service moving to different station locations as well as portable use. I take it down and disassemble it for cleaning and inspection periodically. Other manufacturers do not make products with the quality that I have found in the Mosley antennas that I have used over the years. I also have a 1977 TA-33 in continuous service it also receives periodic servicing and it just keeps working. In 1979, I purchased a Mosley four band trap vertical for portable and field day use. This antenna is still in daily use by a ham in western NY state.
From: Denis VE2NY Subject: TA-33-JNW I just finish my Antenna set-up and I am very pleased with my Mosley TA-33 JRNW
From: Stewart N1NOL Subject: A-503 Hi guys, I am an avid 50 mhz operator with a very very limited budget I have a 503-S as my primary antenna. The antenna has been up over 20 years and it is like new, works like new too.
From: Lem KH6LEM Subject: TA-33 I dont know how far your records go back but in 1963 I bought a Mosley TA33 new from you for $ 99.99. The antenna was used until last year by another ham in Hawaii.
From: Ghassan OD5YA Subject: PRO-67-B Dear Sales dept. First allow me to relate to you a small piece of history. In 1994, I was living in Colombia, and I purchased a Mosley 67B with a 40 mts add in kit, that was in stalled in Pereira, at 1600mts of altitude. It survived 2 7richter+ earthquakes and several hurricane strength sheer wind of the tropics. NEVER EVER in my 40 years of radio ham have I used a better and more rugged antenna. I was operating as HK6SQQ at the time. Now, I am relocated to Beirut Lebanon, operating as OD5YA, and I wish to purchase a small antenna because of local urban regulations and reduced space. Once again I thank you for your great product and I wish you attend to my query.
From: Kenney NQ3F Subject: SF-402-A Hey guys I have the Moseley sf 402-a and it is a good antenna held up in some fierce winds and works as advertised. Thanks for making the shorty forty have enjoyed it for about a year!!!
From: W3WKX Subject: TA33 up 37 years My TA33 has been up in air for 37 years and still going strong. I never had any problem with it at all. It never had to be taken down for service. Before that, I had TA 33 JR for about 25 years and never had problem. W3WKX
From: Dave K7YDZ Subject: antenna satisfaction I have been a ham for 49years and I have used Mosley beams for 47 years. My first was a TA-33 and my newest one is a TA-53-M and they have all worked extremely well and it doesn't seem to make any difference about how much power I run. I always get great signal reports. My TA-33 was sold to another ham and I absoluyely loved it and my TA53-M I love also and I have had it for 16 years and it works just as well as it did brand new. Thanks for such great products.
From: Ken WA8REI Subject: PRO 67 B Sirs: I put up a used PRO 67 B in January 2012. In a nutshell: it honks! I operate a lot of QRP CW. I point the antenna toward Europe and have worked several 1-watt stations. The gain on receive as well as transmit enables me to pull in weak QRP stations. Today, I worked the A35YZ DXpedition in Tonga OFF THE BACK at 100 watts, thru a big pileup, first attempt on 17 meters CW. The SWR is less than 1.5:1 on all bands, 1:1 on 4 bands. No tuner is used on any band. Thank you for designing and making a great antenna!