Date: Monday, 05 April 2010 12:39:42 UTC
From: matthew (M6CEB)
Home page: http://www.m6ceb.co.uk
love your website i have added your site to my fovourites will come back soon 73 matt m6ceb.co.uk
Date: Thursday, 01 April 2010 11:32:33 UTC
From: John Ragle (W1ZI)
Home page: http://people.umass.edu/jlr/
Hi, Julian...a pleasure viewing your web site. Long ago, when I was first starting ham radio (1946, age 13) I did very well with simple wire antennas. At the moment I live out in the country air and can have all the aluminum in the yard that I could wish for. My neighbors would go along with that (blessings on them), but I have tried to strike a modest approach. Nothing is visible from the street, but everything works very well.
Date: Wednesday, 31 March 2010 15:50:58 UTC
From: Ron Howe (GW3PLB)
I see that you lived in Rayliegh in 1973,I was living in Basildon at that time,having moved from London in 1967.
I those day you could not get on the air as the wired T/V was on 3.00Mhz to 9.00Mhz and you wiped out the tv for yards around!!!,so it was vhf then I was running an FT221r to an 4 element crossed beam.I was a founder member of the VANGE CLUB in Basidon.I then moved here in Southwest Wales in 2003 the best days work I have done!!!.I live now on the side of KIDWELLY ast about 200ft asl and as I said i do not have any noise was so ever I think I am lucky here
Date: Monday, 29 March 2010 10:48:06 UTC
From: Ron Howe (GW3PLB)
I look on your web page most days,and find it most enjoyable.
My antenna is just a wire about 70 feet long for hf for vhf just a verticai in the loft space I have been looking at a muliband dipole for a bit to put in the loft space but don't know if I can get in or now as it is hard to get in there as I am slightly disabled but will have a try at anything
ps by the way we do not have any electrical noise here my be I am lucky !!!
Date: Sunday, 28 March 2010 17:40:05 UTC
From: James (K8JHR)
Home page: http://k8jhr.com
Gee... what a swell web site. Nice articles, well stated and clearly understood. Professional look without being stuffy... and you English guys KNOW what stuffy is like... ;-)
Happy trails and good luck in your endeavors.
////////// James - K8JHR //////////
Date: Sunday, 28 March 2010 00:28:25 UTC
Personally, I like your site - and your software! Don't feel like you need to take sections down just because someone has a bit of a moan; rather, have a look at your download logs and then compare that to the number of complaints about virus issues - I'm sure you'll see that the vast majority of downloads didn't result in a flame!
I also feel a sense of being sold short by the RSGB's lawyers; when there's a reasonable chance of proving the QRM from these powerline devices, I think they should have tried a little harder. One wonders if they'll now refund everyone's money, less the legal fees ('cause we all know you lawyers don't 'do' refunds!)
Date: Sunday, 21 March 2010 19:27:44 UTC
From: Dick (WA2JYZ)
Julian, regarding some recent complaints about the wonderful software you provide I just wanted to say that I am deeply appreciative of your efforts. I use your propagation and CW software frequently and enjoy it.
Please don't let a few naysayers get you down.
Date: Wednesday, 17 March 2010 00:48:09 UTC
From: Ralph (N4TG)
Am enjoying reading your blog. I visted Cockermouth for about 9 days last fall (my company has a plant in Workington) and stayed at the Trout Hotel. Wonderfull area, town and hotel. On Sunday morning of my stay I went out and took a nice walk (one of many)and I belive I was about a block from your house. I hope to come back some day (and bring my spouse).
Date: Sunday, 14 March 2010 09:57:46 UTC
From: David Capper (M6CTM)
Thanks for your near instant reply to my thread on qrz, & my compliments on your website.
Date: Saturday, 06 March 2010 18:42:41 UTC
From: Ari (OH5KUY)
Home page: http://koti.mbnet.fi/oh5kuy/hamradio.htm
Very nice wep pages.
So much good qrp related topics that I´ll be here again many times... tnx.
Date: Saturday, 06 March 2010 16:36:56 UTC
From: Brian Justin (WA1ZMS/4)
Your quote from QRZ.com was spot-on, sir!
"The situation where any Tom, Dick or Jose can invent a new mode and unleash chaos on the bands as every new ham downloads the software and goes mad with the new "toy" is of no benefit to anyone."
Date: Friday, 05 March 2010 22:10:25 UTC
From: Jim (W4JDS)
I have just gotten a Yaesu FT-817 and discovered your page when looking for practical operating info. I see you also have a good bit of info about stealth amateur radio, which is my situation. I look forward to perusing the info available on your site.
Date: Thursday, 04 March 2010 04:55:25 UTC
From: Mark (AB8LN)
Thanks for the great website. I am trying to get back on the air after a great time of radio silence. PSK31 on HF is the goal and I am trying to get the kids to get their license. It is a fin time. thanks for your contribution.
Date: Tuesday, 02 March 2010 18:06:08 UTC
From: Palmer Byrne (W7NMD)
Home page: http://www.twinlakes-ar.us/weather
Looking forward to installing KCOMM. Also, probably will order the PSK Meter. Excellent web sight for PSK.
Date: Thursday, 25 February 2010 23:41:21 UTC
From: Lon (WA6AEE)
I liked your write up on the Cub. I recently built a 40 meter version and had great luck (all the parts came) the first night. I recently was in Europe so I took it along and had great fun. From Scotland I was able to several times work OK and DL land and the south of England with a simple dipole hung on the wall in our back garden (better antenna next time). From CA I have worked the south pacific a few times and the east coast. This little guy really works! Thanks again for your write up.
Date: Tuesday, 09 February 2010 02:43:08 UTC
From: Andy (KB1OIQ)
Home page: http://home.comcast.net/~andystewart
I see in your writeup of the AA-200 that you noticed the dearth of software for Linux and Mac. I've just changed that (at least for Linux). If interested, please take a look at http://aa-analyzer.sourceforge.net
Thanks for the FB website, and 73,
Date: Sunday, 07 February 2010 14:06:16 UTC
From: Andreas (F4GFT)
Home page: http://www.rheinfeld.de/andreas
Congratulations to your most interesting blog. I have become a regular visitor and discovered your site while looking for hints and tips on stealth operation. Your experience is very encouraging.
Date: Saturday, 06 February 2010 13:03:43 UTC
From: Greg (VK3VT)
Great site and thanks for the Ktune software - works a treat.
Date: Saturday, 06 February 2010 07:12:55 UTC
From: Francisco (LU9EIF)
Gracias Julián por toda la información que nos brindás y por el programa para aprender CW.
tank you Julian for the information and the program the CW.
Date: Tuesday, 26 January 2010 11:58:15 UTC
From: Hubert (SQ5VJZ)
I'd like to pay your attention to a lineary loaded dipol for 40/80 m bands invented by Spanish and modified by IM0JZJ (google search by this callsign will give construction details). I suffer from not having a place for a dipol for 80 m, so I decided to make this "morgain" called antenna. It is 10 m long after IM0JZJ modifications. It works better than vertical GP6 on 80 m sometimes. In most cases it is equal to that GP, but with much lower noise. I use 40 m band with tuner because I've made this antenna not 10 m long, but each arm is 5 m long, so short adjusting conections are in different place than IM0JZJ shown. I've made it antenna resonant for 3,720. I use it for 3,8 without a tuner. I suspect that acceptable swr is throug 150 kHz. The second resonance is 6,6 MHz so for 40 m tuner is required with my construction. It is hanged 5 m over a ground. I'm vary glad with it. You can see my antenna at http://www.fotosik.pl/pokaz_obrazek/1752f436390ddced.html
P.S. your website is great!!! and very useful!!