- Cabling System -
Amateur Radio Station -- K1TMA

 
An example of the array of cables we must use to operate a modern amateur radio station.  In these examples
the cables represent the control lines coming in from the 64 foot tower approximately 50 feet from the back of
the house.  They control the two rotors and the remote-control antenna switches.
Above are the lightning arrestors for each and every          Above is the balun and lightning arrestor for the 80
one of the eight control lines which operate the rotator.      meter 3-Wire Grounded Vertical Antenna.
 
Above is the Remote-Control box to remotely control the    Above are different views of pictures #4 and #6.
selection of the six antennas available for HF operation.