Date: Monday, 20 April 2015 23:31:26 UTC
From: Robert (MW6???)
I've yet to pass my foundation and am still learning. I have found/do find your site an excellent source of a lot of very useful information. Many thanks and 73s.
Date: Friday, 17 April 2015 14:36:44 UTC
From: Pete (N/A)
Just to say thanks, Your site along with a few others were really helpful in me making a QFH that didn't break the bank ;-)
Date: Saturday, 28 March 2015 17:12:34 UTC
From: Jacques hankin (G4NEH)
Hi julian, just stumbled across your site: well done,
From Lorton, just 5 miles from you.
Date: Tuesday, 03 March 2015 17:17:43 UTC
From: Harry (DH6SAU)
Thank you very much for the very good programms for CW and Propagation.
I know your HP several years and I now I read this in CQDL...
I wish you RIP!
73 de DH6SAU Harry.
Date: Tuesday, 24 February 2015 09:18:55 UTC
From: Martin (M6BEV)
Hi Julian, Just came across your web page while searching for information on WSPR. I have just read you information which was most helpful as I am just about to look at setting up WSPR on the Raspberry Pi. Hopefully I will be up and running in the next week or so.
Date: Friday, 20 February 2015 13:07:08 UTC
From: Mark (G6SDW)
Many Thanks for the useful information and programs.
Date: Friday, 13 February 2015 02:08:54 UTC
From: Brian Tate (K5CDR)
Home page: http://www.dcara.net
Thank you dear sir for all the lives and minds you have touched. In my youth with two young ones, while I can go on and on about ballistics and cybersecurity - I followed in the steps of my forefathers in 42 years of the US Armed Forces with SIGINT. Your knowledge is very good and your passion is present in all your have presented to the community and entire earth. If indeed you have passed away, both my prayers and thoughts go out to you and your family. As I work with the 4th largest software organization in the world, should you require assistance in keeping this site active, transferring it to someone you designate or even preserving its information. Please contact me at the above email address and leave me a number to contact you to discuss in US English. True Texans support freedoms, liberties and knowledge which we know you have shared with the world in joy and without any expectation of admiration, exhortation or wealth. May the Lord be with you and your family follow in your footsteps.
Date: Wednesday, 11 February 2015 08:05:25 UTC
From: alvaro g (KB2UEW)
hi my friend 73
Date: Tuesday, 20 January 2015 09:09:29 UTC
From: Plamen (LZ1PLN)
Greetings from Sofia ! Thank you for information ! 73
Date: Tuesday, 13 January 2015 07:12:10 UTC
From: Coenie (ZS6PCO)
Thanks for all the info on this page,especially regarding stealth operation
Date: Tuesday, 06 January 2015 03:46:21 UTC
From: David (W2DAB)
Home page: http://w2dab.bamford.net
Rest in peace Julian, you contributed to the amateur radio conversation and even more to the human discourse. Sincere condolences Olga. 73, Dave
Date: Saturday, 27 December 2014 09:30:47 UTC
From: John (G0MTQ)
Just got to read of the sad loss of Julian.
Julian was a significant contributor to our hobby and his efforts greatly appreciated and admired.
Our thoughts are with you Olga.
John(G0MTQ) and Carol(G7DIS)
Date: Saturday, 20 December 2014 11:51:19 UTC
From: Roland (ON8DL)
Date: Friday, 12 December 2014 23:20:15 UTC
From: Marq (CT1BWW)
A Sad news! The amateur radio community is poorer, Julian a great booster activity. An example to follow.
We'll meet one day. God bless you!
Date: Monday, 01 December 2014 23:15:48 UTC
From: John Sullivan (G4HLA)
So very sorry to hear the dreadful news that Julian has passed away. He was a truly inspirational figure in the Amateur Radio world and also in the way he publicly dealt with, and bravely fought this scourge of a disease. His passing is a terrible loss to the radio community, and a much greater loss for Olga for whom his love shone so through clearly in his posts and blogs. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
Date: Friday, 21 November 2014 23:28:27 UTC
From: Michael (N9YZM)
A brave man who enjoyed his hobby to the last moment, and then took it to the next level by sharing it all with the ham community. Condolences to Olga and all his family.
Date: Friday, 21 November 2014 22:56:26 UTC
From: aul J Bartoszewicz (KC2LXV)
Thanks for the program and may you RIP.
Date: Wednesday, 19 November 2014 16:18:46 UTC
From: Igor (UA9CDC)
Home page: http://8q7dv.net
Julian will be missed by many. His contribution to the greatest hobby of Ham Radio is what will make him memorable to me. But I am sure he was also a good friend and nice person to many others.
Date: Wednesday, 12 November 2014 07:12:57 UTC
Hello, my English is not so perfect, please forgive this.
I build today a 2m stealthy antenna that G4ILO has design. It is working 100% very good, I am very happy with antenna as I live in a apartment and I no can have big antenna outside.
Now I am reading that G4ILO has passed away from us and I am feeling guilty and very sad for the loss of such talented man.
My sincere condolence to family of G4ILO, I am sad for your loss.
Date: Friday, 07 November 2014 21:52:07 UTC
I am a very new ham and today I built a digital mode interface for my computer using plans from this site. I was going to drop a note to the authour to thank him and report success but instead found myself reading about his poor health and recent passing. I just wanted to say that his site is still helping people like me even now he is not here. My thoughts are with his family.