Date: Thursday, 21 April 2016 12:02:55 UTC
From: Kevin Wood (G7BCS)
Made my first CW QSO yesterday thanks to the Morse Machine software you made available on this site.
RIP, Julian, and thanks for the help.
Date: Thursday, 21 April 2016 10:41:03 UTC
From: N H (2E0YZF)
Home page: http://www.firestreak.co.uk
Thank you for sharing your experiences and technical information. Its much appreciated. RIP
Date: Monday, 28 March 2016 11:29:14 UTC
From: Al (NN4ZZ)
Use your VOAProp nearly every day. Thanks for your contributions to ham radio.
Regards, Al / NN4ZZ
al (at) nn4zz (dot) com
Date: Monday, 21 March 2016 08:35:04 UTC
From: Richard Cooke (G8ETR)
Good site interesting read
Date: Monday, 14 March 2016 07:41:32 UTC
From: Mark Grewar (VK7FAAZ)
Home page: http://www.grewarsdrivertraining.com.au
Love Strealth. Have FT 817 NB and magnetic resonance antenna on solar -
Date: Sunday, 13 March 2016 13:02:27 UTC
From: Steve (2M0SKJ)
I came across Julian's pages also after his passing, wish I too could thank him for all the valuable resources he put together!! RIP
Date: Saturday, 12 March 2016 14:47:32 UTC
From: Lali (VE3NE)
Home page: http://www.dipole.com
Thank you for the write up about the MFJ 1026. It saved me from a lot of hassle...The MFJ works exactly as at your place taking out the line noise. What a relief...:-)
Date: Saturday, 12 March 2016 08:40:47 UTC
From: Dennis (K9DPF)
Thanks for such a great site. I've learned quite a bit over the last hour or so visiting all your links. Here's to the best of health to you & your family. 73, Dennis, K9DPF
Date: Friday, 26 February 2016 03:22:27 UTC
From: Bill (VA3OL)
Julian: I have recommended your software to so many people. Your morse software has given hope that CW will continue to live. Your Elecraft software is a joy to use.
I just wanted to thank you for your efforts.
Date: Wednesday, 24 February 2016 19:33:05 UTC
From: Oliver Robredo (EC8ADA)
Hola Dear, Julián. Le escribo para felicitarle y agradecerle por su magnifico software ( Morse machine ) me a sido de mucha utilidad para volver a practicar cw. Muchas gracias. BT GD DX MY 73 88 55 TU TU SK..
Hello Dear, Julian. I am writing to congratulate and thank you for your magnificent software (Morse machine) me been very useful to return to practice cw. Thank you. BT. GD DX MY 73 88 55 TU TU SK ..
Date: Sunday, 21 February 2016 22:07:48 UTC
From: Philip Rose (GM3ZZA)
I have only just found Julian's wonderful source of information, only to come to this part of the site and discover he is anSK. Many thanks Julian for compiling this website.
Date: Saturday, 23 January 2016 18:29:41 UTC
From: Garry (WB0NNO)
I also sadly found Julian's wonderful site after his passing. It is a wonderful resource and I wish I had been able to thank him in person...
Date: Thursday, 14 January 2016 20:45:12 UTC
From: Des Bryington (ZS6DEZ)
It is with sadness to read on the G4ILO blog site that Julian became a "Silent Key" on 24th October 2014. I have just become interested in APRS usage in Amateur Radio and came across the G4ILO websites. The call sign was so familiar to me and the penny dropped when reading one of Julians blogs which mentioned his software package "VOAProp", a software package that I still use. Rest in peace Julian and thanks for your contribution to Amateur Radio. 73, OM ZS6DEZ
Date: Thursday, 07 January 2016 21:50:13 UTC
From: Chris (G0VUT)
Today 7th January 2016 I have just become aware that Julian has sadly passed away. I will still enjoy looking on G4ILO's Shack. Rest in Peace Julian de Chris G0VUT
Date: Sunday, 20 December 2015 23:01:33 UTC
From: Matthew Vania (N2MV)
Quite saddened to hear of Julian's Passing.
Julian's dedication and love for the hobby was extraordinary, and it continues today, through his webpages.
I, and I am sure many others, appreciate his work and many contributions to the hobby.
Best Regards to the family.
Date: Saturday, 28 November 2015 18:38:34 UTC
From: Mark Longson (G0NMY)
Sincerest Condolences to Olga and all of Julians Family and friends.
Rest in Peace Julian.
72 Mark G0NMY
Date: Monday, 16 November 2015 16:54:30 UTC
The link to "very simple one developed by Skip Teller, KH6TY" has changed. Here is an updated link: https://sites.google.com/site/kh6tyinterface/
BTW ... Interesting circuit presented using the USB Audio. Thanks!
Date: Saturday, 14 November 2015 20:39:26 UTC
"blatant displays of patriotism tend to be regarded with suspicion"
Date: Saturday, 14 November 2015 15:36:43 UTC
From: C Rodgers (Trig) (GM4NNC)
dropped in interested in whspr found I wasn't, but the rest most interesting as 92 countries worked with an FT 817.
tnx info Trig
Date: Sunday, 08 November 2015 04:00:23 UTC
From: Neil (AF6NC)
Hi Julian, getting ready to try your USBLink interface. In your version of the circuit, the capacitor coming off the first transistor is 1mf, but Skip Teller's cap is 10mf (at that location). I want to build your version, is the 1mf the correct value? Thanks! Neil