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Re: [TowerTalk] antenna switches

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Subject: Re: [TowerTalk] antenna switches
From: "Larry G" <>
Date: Wed, 13 Sep 2006 17:22:06 -0700
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Hi All,

   A lot of remote controlled stations and other large stations are using
the ShackLAN products from Hamation. Check out their stuff at  All their stuff is Ethernet controlled (TCP/IP) and not
USB which is more reliable in my opinion.

Larry K7MI

----- Original Message -----
From: "Gregg Seidl" <>
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Sent: Wednesday, September 13, 2006 7:51 AM
Subject: [TowerTalk] antenna switches

> This might be a bit off topic but it is the best place I know to ask,so
here it goes.I have a decent station set up out here nothing world class but
I work what I hear and I can hear a lot.4 towers,lots of metal,fairly quiet
blah blah blah.I have a good freind who lives in the city who is also a
ham.We have set-up a remote station here for him to use via the internet,I
do have DSL out here.We were going to put up a multiband dipole for him but
the fear of both being on the same band,which could easily happen,made us
decide to just put switches to do an A/B deal.I have several manual swith
boxes here.He gets whatever antenna is online.Sometimes I forget to switch
the A/B switches.We are looking for a computer/locally controled 12 position
antenna switch,plus an A/B switch.Does any one know if these are
available.His remote is a 756 PRO II.He doesn't want to use my IC-7800 over
the internet,says he doesn't want me to have to unplug/plug the microphone
connector,plus it still do
>  esn't solve our antenna choice problem.Any help out there?I know we
aren't the first to try this.   Gregg  K9KL
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