I'd be grateful if anyone could help me identify an antenna switch I've
The thing has a distinct military look, likely Navy and had a tag wired
Amplifier Input Selector
It is in a light grey aluminum box about 8" on a side with 5 lights
top of the face. Also on the face is a selector switch marked
On the rear are 6 SO-239 jacks in a hexagon around a central SO-239.
The rear has the Dow-Key trademark and the mark 71- 250402.
The guts of the thing are 6 plunger type 115 vac solenoids which each
bend a leaf
connection from the center conductor of one of the 6 SO-239 connectors to
connect with a disk connected to the central SO-239.
Any info on this would be welcomed.
QRP Snob (well, most of the time)
20 WPM Extra, circa 1986
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