Date: Wednesday, 09 June 2010 07:25:44 UTC
From: Sieger (PD3SV)
Home page: http://www.veenhoven.net
I've been an SWL for many years now and got my amateur license in march of this year. As I'm researching the internet now for ideas to build my low-cost-home-brew-QRP station I came across your wonderfull site. Thank you for all the information on QRP and Stealth. This will certainly help me! I especially like the way you write from experience, certainly because your situation is so much like mine back here in the Netherlands. Again, Thanks, 73.
Date: Saturday, 05 June 2010 01:48:24 UTC
From: Tony (G4CCB)
Hi, Julian. You have a nice website here, well worth keeping an eye on. I operate most bands, plus 6 and 2 meters. Love CW and PSK, plus a bit of packet on 2 meters via BBS and satellites. Work a lot of QRP with FT817. (Nice rig for the price!) Favourite bands? 40 and 6 I reckon.
Best 73 from Tony, G4CCB.
Date: Tuesday, 01 June 2010 15:18:38 UTC
From: MATTHEW CAMPBELL (M3HXS)
Home page: http://www.m3hxs-radio.co.uk
Visited your site a few years ago and must say that the site is as good as ever
Date: Monday, 31 May 2010 04:42:28 UTC
From: Stan (K8SRB)
Enjoyed your ft817 article. Also enjoyed and agree 100% about the Linux usage. I run W7 and Ubuntu as dual OS on both of my machines and most of the time I wind up with W7 to get the job done. 73
Date: Monday, 24 May 2010 13:24:56 UTC
From: Brian (G4CIB)
Many thanks Julian for replying to my queries re the FT817 promptly, also introducing me to e-qsl - didn't realise this existed and discovered I had quite a few waiting for me! Have now registered with them! Thank-you for a very informative web site.
Date: Sunday, 23 May 2010 17:09:08 UTC
From: Philip Pinel (G6MDD)
Excellent site.Many thanks.
Date: Monday, 10 May 2010 21:25:08 UTC
From: Don (loc: IO82LL) (G0RPW)
What can I add to the positive comments already made on your excellent website? So I'll just repeat: superb, informative, clear, readable, enjoyable, knowledgeable...
Like G4FUT, I am also about to power up after a decade's absence, and have been mulling over what can be erected in an attic. From your experiences with magloops, I think I'll be trying to smuggle my AMAs upstairs one of these days!
Date: Friday, 07 May 2010 13:11:07 UTC
From: bill talmage (M0JHA)
Home page: http://www.m0jha.com
like the site, put it on my links page.. some good reading ..
Date: Friday, 07 May 2010 11:53:38 UTC
From: James (VK4TJF)
nice website and good article on stealth antennas
Date: Monday, 03 May 2010 10:59:21 UTC
From: Jan (NOT YET!)
just wanted you to know that I really appreciated your articles on QRP and Yaesu´s FT-817 (and the rest of your site). Hope to be on air soon, after finishing my CEPT novice licence in June...
Date: Wednesday, 28 April 2010 09:37:31 UTC
From: Olaf Devik (LA3RK)
If you are interested in a translation for the KGD antenna, I have one ready for you. But need your email adress to send it over.
73 de Olaf
Date: Sunday, 25 April 2010 17:47:22 UTC
From: Krzysztof (SP5VR)
Hello, your webside is very interesting. I'm look on your blog everyday.
Date: Thursday, 22 April 2010 19:48:37 UTC
From: James (N/A)
Fantastic site. Spent the last week looking round it, then discovered you live 3 miles away. I am about to embark on building my own QFH antenna - just hoping I can get as good quality images as you have with yours :-)
Date: Monday, 19 April 2010 02:34:12 UTC
From: Bill (W7JZE)
Excellent website Julian. It captivated me for most of this lazy Sunday. Thanks for the great ideas on stealth antennas. 73 Bill W7JZE
Date: Sunday, 18 April 2010 18:01:34 UTC
From: Dave (N4EF)
Excellent web pages, Julian. There is one clarification that I'll provide:
Flagpoles are not a homeowner's right in the U.S. Many homeowners associations ban them due to aesthetics concerns, but displaying the American flag generally not restricted.
Date: Sunday, 18 April 2010 15:12:30 UTC
From: Paul (KH2R)
Julian, Thanks for the VOAProp program, I have installed it and found it to be very useful. I know it is hard sometimes to find the time to run a website, yours is superb. Keep up the good work,
Date: Sunday, 18 April 2010 05:45:24 UTC
From: Mike (4S7DIG)
Thanks Julian -
VOAProp works wonders and looks pretty too. Thank you.
Date: Friday, 16 April 2010 23:05:16 UTC
From: Jon (G4FUT)
Very informative and interesting website. Thank you so much for sharing your extensive knowledge. I've been off the air for 10 years and having just returned I intend to start with the digital mod you mentioned. However the link here in this paragraph below, no longer works.:-
See here for more information about interfacing a computer and transceiver. If you can't easily use a serial port to control PTT then you can try VOX.
Hop to QSO with you soon.
Date: Thursday, 15 April 2010 16:26:05 UTC
From: Carl Lewis (2E0CWC)
Home page: http://www.chatsworthproductions.co.uk
You have an excellent website - I have passed by on a number of occasions looking at both antenna related problems and the Yaesu 817. I am setting up a portable CW station at the moment and your site has been very informative.
All the very best,
Date: Wednesday, 14 April 2010 14:02:50 UTC
From: KIN (BG7NFM)
Hello, why in the amateur band and the same short-wave band, spread so much difference? Thank you.