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Date: Saturday, 09 December 2023 18:51:12 UTC
From: Selwyn (ZS5SL)
I am looking for details of your USBlink

Date: Monday, 27 November 2023 06:10:13 UTC
From: Johan le Roux (ZR1JL)
I have only recently discovered this site and from the Visitor's Book I am sorry to learn that Julian Moss is no longer with us. As a new radio amateur with a Yaesu FT-817ND I find the information very relevant and useful to the start of my radio journey.

Date: Thursday, 09 November 2023 09:41:20 UTC
From: Myron Baughman (N8YOA)
i have a vibroplex camelbackmini straight key I try to wired it up to a yaesu ft 818nd for cw op i would like to know how to did it 73 tks if you help me by email the infortion

Date: Saturday, 02 September 2023 11:18:19 UTC
From: Enzo (IT9HWM)
ottime informazioni, grazie di cuore

Date: Saturday, 15 July 2023 06:52:51 UTC
From: Anthony Lorenzo (KB2TEU)
Great info

Date: Sunday, 07 May 2023 09:36:13 UTC
From: Adrian (YO3HJV)
Nine years ago G4ILO passed into the ether as a wave or particle.
His legacy lives on and continues to help us.
I am glad to see that his page is kept active and that it helps new generations of radio amateurs who follow him.

Date: Wednesday, 05 April 2023 15:33:08 UTC
From: Alan Thomas (G0VSK)
Informative, thanks will view more

Date: Wednesday, 25 January 2023 06:28:58 UTC
From: George Comninos (VK2AOE)
Great read and information. Came here from "Marxy's Musings". 73

Date: Tuesday, 24 January 2023 10:47:52 UTC
From: Luc (F6FVX)
Merci cher om pour votre article sur l'antenne walkabout.
J'ai relevé vos valeurs et je m'en sert de base pour expérimenter sur ma future statio QRP.
73 / Luc Roussillon / France

Date: Wednesday, 16 November 2022 01:56:15 UTC
I built the USBLINK for my Baofeng UV5R radio and it seems to work great for both APRS and Winlink. Thanks. I used 2SC1815 transistors.

Date: Sunday, 25 September 2022 16:32:45 UTC
From: Amanda Hambidge (M0DZO)
Thanks for providing all of this information, even though you are now silent key it’s a great resource R.I.P Julian.
Olga sorry for your loss even if it is belated.

Date: Sunday, 04 September 2022 19:19:02 UTC
From: Todd Kersh (KI5VVM)
Great information and software! I am using Windows 11 (recently upgraded from 10) and the Morse training software works great. Also love the articles about the FT-817 and stealth antennas - I plan on building a Wonder Loop! 73

Date: Saturday, 27 August 2022 21:43:04 UTC
From: Jose Benjamin Rivera Martinez (HR1JBR)
Un saludo desde EK64jc Tegucigalpa, aprendiendo algo de APRS

Date: Saturday, 27 August 2022 04:49:23 UTC
From: Lionel (VK7HL)
Nice page. Like the USB link.
73 Lionel

Date: Thursday, 18 August 2022 00:55:21 UTC
From: dess
Home page:
I am a new ham about 30 days with a General Ticket. I have read and reread your site about the magnetic loop antenna. Got book 'Magnetic Loop Antenna (Aldrich Burger & Marek Dvorak) from ARRL. I am considering a two coil loop using the same coax you used for yours using a Hoola Hoop. Design for 40 meters and 7.00 to 7.125 MHz low power QRP (expect I'll pass Amateur Extra).

Before I start I am wondering what is your take on what I will be building and especially if you are aware of any pitfalls that may come my way.


Date: Saturday, 13 August 2022 10:45:00 UTC
From: Craig (KD9UQE)
Rest in peace dear brother. Its honorable to see a silent key site working 8 years later. My condolences to your family. It's made me so sad to read your blog "one for in the grave" Olga knew your love and knows your watching over her.

Date: Monday, 20 June 2022 11:11:57 UTC
Could satellite antenna design be 'scaled' down for ADS-B 1090 MHz use? I do not know aircraft polarization but this design seems to transcend this problem.

Date: Sunday, 08 May 2022 23:27:10 UTC
From: Bob (AC2HG)
I've been out of the amateur arena for a while and thought I would get back involved. WSPR looked interesting. Thanks for your WSPR explanation.

Date: Wednesday, 02 March 2022 14:52:23 UTC
From: Dave (K8RDG/4)
Thank you for the well-written information. I, too, have the Super Antennas MP-1 and the MFJ-1788. Your information and experience with these two antennas was helpful and confirmed many of my findings for both. When I was looking for a portable antenna to use from the balcony of my FL QTH, I started with the MP-1 with mediocre results. Next I tried the MFJ-1788 and achieved improved results. I finally adjusted the internal loop of the MFJ-1788 and improved the SWR as well as achieving increased QSOs. Although tuning is a little tricky, it's convenient and easily mastered. And although QSOs are difficult, and propagation is dynamic, the MFJ-1788 performs well in the horizontal position, considering my restrictions. Thanks again for your info.

Date: Wednesday, 09 February 2022 05:40:12 UTC
From: Syed Ali Jr (KE8SQV)
Thank you for all of this excellent information and the links. Just found this page and from what I can see, the creator of it has passed on. If that's the case, thank you for allowing the page to continue.

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