This article describes a homebrew project in which a two-channel DC wireless receiver and transmitter are used to remotely select one of three antennas (two dipoles and a wideband vertical); switch a balun between the dipoles; and perform all this from the comfort of a ham shack. A second wireless receiver is used in a display to indicate the selected antenna.
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