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Remote Antenna Disconnect?
Prior to the advent of SSDR for iOS, I've always run SSDR from my shack. My routine has been to connect my antenna, turn on the Astron, and fire-up the 6500.
Now that I have SSDR for iOS I want to play radio all the time, from any room in the house, whenever the mood strikes me. No problem leaving the Astron fired-up and even leaving the 6500 on. But I *really* don't want to leave my antenna connected to my station. Last night we had one heck of a storm with thunder and lightning.
How do folks normally handle this sort of setup? You folks with remote stations: Do you remotely disconnect and ground your antenna? If so, what do you use to do this?
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