The relays are double pole double throw in a standard 18x9mm package size. The transistors are anything you have in CBE footprint, I used 2n3904 and the resistor is there for current limiting, just pick a typical value, i think i used 4.8K. The trimmer caps I use are 3 leg 100pf max value to tune and align each filter.
SMA edge connectors bring RF in on the left side of the board. By default all relays are in the OFF position and no RF can pass through. The 6 pin header brings control signals and power to the board. To turn a relay on, a 5v control control signal is placed on one of the first 4 pins to turn 1 pair of relays on. The last 2 pins are ground and VCC of the relays you used.
Aligning each filter can be a bit tricky, it is best to use a spectrum analyzer and tracking generator if you have one, or a noise source and spectrum analyzer or even in a pinch if you slow down the seconds/division on the oscilloscope so you can see the filter shape. The reason being, if your filters are not quite tuned right, you will end up with 2 peaks and some attenuation in the bandpass you just do not want.
The filters themselves are Double Tuned circuits. To design the values needed for each band I used some software called DTC.exe which can be found on a CD in the book Experimental Methods In RF Design. I have linked it here for download, but I am not sure if I am allowed to and i will pull it down if asked by the authors: DTC DOWNLOAD
The gerber files for the board can be downloaded from here: Bandpass Filters
Here is a schematic of the filters with values for 80, 40, 20 and 15m.