Date: Thursday, 26 November 2009 05:12:02 UTC
From: John Merrill (N1JM)
Glad to see you kept with the K3. I have decided not to dump mine either. The latest firmware is a joy. I'm going to try your KComm program.
Date: Wednesday, 25 November 2009 01:00:12 UTC
From: John Scherer (N0CTL)
Just trying to compile kcomm with Lazarus. I havn't used pascal since collage so I can't wait to try it out. I have Lazarus v0.9.28.2-0-beta (the newest) installed.. I loaded the kcomm project file and tried to compile it but I get an error about a missing forums.pp file? Is that part of your source or part of a library I'm missing?
Date: Sunday, 22 November 2009 04:51:01 UTC
From: John (VK7JB)
Time and time again I end up back at your website - I'm interested in QRP, magnetic loop antennas and kit building. Google leads me here. Thanks for all the interesting ideas and reading.
73 from down here,
Date: Saturday, 21 November 2009 10:40:36 UTC
From: Paul Alborough (M3BQM)
Hi julian what a great site.
It's definetly given me some ideas on how to get operating from my home QTH.
I am also unable to have antennas mounted externally on the building and only have a small loft space but it has definetly given me some ideas on how to progress with the shack
73 Paul M3bqm
Date: Wednesday, 18 November 2009 03:45:29 UTC
From: Paul (VK4AGK)
Date: Monday, 16 November 2009 20:51:50 UTC
From: Jonathan (F5VBN)
Hello from France ! Just a message to congratulate you on your great site. I'm just coming back on air after at least 15 years off air. It's amazing how much we forget. In the next few days I will be setting up my gear (FT897D) and was looking for some good ideas and advice for discreet antenna solutions (attic and/or cheap !), and your site has given me some ! I'll be back soon to investigate soon and maybe search for some more advice. Hopefully speak soon on air. 73s from Jonathan F5VBN (ex.G4VCG)
Date: Sunday, 15 November 2009 18:29:36 UTC
From: GB Tittle (KC5GB)
Just a note to thank you for VOAProp...I use it every day and its always spot on regards open areas.
Date: Sunday, 15 November 2009 09:43:50 UTC
From: Myrton (N1GKE)
Again ? Hi Julian and everyone else.
Wow. What a nice surprise for me to catch you on PSK31. I just hope next time is better conditions. Many 73 to all.
Date: Friday, 13 November 2009 12:18:28 UTC
From: Noel (G4PEW)
Hi again Julian,
Just received my RADCOM yesterday (Thur) and I see you get more than just a mention on the vicars page as I would have expected. Keep up the good work , I really enjoy your blog – excellent. APRS still quiet even ISS digipeater not on that often– not seen you about recently only G8WVW near Penrith. Cheers Noel g4pew St Bees
Date: Wednesday, 11 November 2009 16:02:27 UTC
From: Peter (G4NKX)
Since Robert g3rce pointed me to your site last year it has become a favourite of mine - particularly the Qrp/Stealth antennas, and more recently WSPR this appeals to me and will be giving it some airtime very soon I hope.
Thanks for a thoroughly interesting read.
Rgds de Peter g4nkx
Date: Sunday, 08 November 2009 22:17:41 UTC
From: Bill Evans (WD4FNY/0)
Julian, you are absolutely right about the Lake District but don't tell everyone! Let's keep it to ourselves. I used to be M/WD4FNY from East Anglia in years past and dealt with stealth antennas for the same reason as you describe. Family still live there and I go back to Blighty every year at least once, often with a IC-706 MK II and a laptop.
Date: Friday, 06 November 2009 10:11:34 UTC
From: Gerard (F6GWB)
Your website is one of my favorite. You write about all my prefered subjects in ham radio. Softwares, propagation, WSPR, stealth antennas and so on.
Tnx for all this. Please dont't stop.
Date: Thursday, 05 November 2009 20:53:41 UTC
From: Roger Klekacz (WB0ETN)
N0SF told me to chk out WSPR. Google search led me hr. Thanks for the nice site and the info on WSPR, OM. When I get new ant up, I'll give it a try. TNX 73//Roger
Date: Monday, 02 November 2009 16:01:35 UTC
From: Tom Fish (AA8XX)
i am going to try it. very interesting.
Date: Sunday, 25 October 2009 20:53:53 UTC
From: Zygi (SP5ELA)
Home page: http://sp5pbe.waw.pl/~zygi
Nothing special. Only want to send 73
Date: Monday, 19 October 2009 16:33:11 UTC
From: Denny Teasdale (M3HSJ)
Fantastic site enjoyed the "Stealth" section...bookmarked this and your ham directory site which again is very very useful...liked your write up on the MFD2 which I'm purchasing at the weekend hopefully....
Date: Friday, 16 October 2009 07:18:12 UTC
From: Jan Morten (LB9YE)
Tnx for some GREAT reading ! Among the best info online . . .
Date: Wednesday, 14 October 2009 19:53:26 UTC
From: Hendrik (ZS1KL)
Thank you for some great info.
Date: Tuesday, 13 October 2009 17:38:31 UTC
From: Kevin (GW0KIG)
Excellent site, I always check for updates and keep an eye on your blog too. You are doing a great job despite your antenna restrictions. Although I only have a small garden here I am lucky enough to have been able to get a couple of antennas outdoors. Keep up the good work
Date: Friday, 02 October 2009 19:14:35 UTC
From: Tom (G6CSY)
Home page: http://www.g6csy.net/ham
Managed my first digimode W6 on Thursday: KJ6P in Cutler, California on BPSK31, just before sunset on 20m. Running 20W and a trap vertical. No east coast W's heard at the time. Also working South America about an hour before sunrise on 40m BPSK31; XE, HI, CO and YV. No G4ILO in the digimode log though!