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
Date: Saturday, 31 October 2015 05:58:55 UTC
From: John Emery (M6DZT)
Excellent site with lots of info for a prospective FT817 owner
Date: Wednesday, 21 October 2015 13:03:28 UTC
From: Gust (ON6KE)
I checked your web site well before you started the 'one foot in the grave blog', from then on I was checking the blog every day. RIP my friend.
Date: Tuesday, 29 September 2015 17:10:02 UTC
From: Miles (G0ODS)
Thanks for the interesting info on WSPR, very good. I hope one day to copy you on my radio
Date: Monday, 21 September 2015 11:20:32 UTC
From: Eddie Saunders (VK6YA)
I had a read of your page on the MFJ-1026 and listened to the sound byte and I have the same noise here on 2m ssb.
This noise is generated by a rubbish panasonic plasma TV next door, the owner of which refuses to do anything about, I am waiting for the day it dies because of the bad capacitor issue that his model suffered.
Thank you for a very interesting website cheers Eddie VK6YA / VK6ZSE (yes I have 2 calls for now).
Date: Monday, 14 September 2015 03:41:53 UTC
From: michael (KD8VTU)
found your website very informitive thanks
Date: Tuesday, 08 September 2015 14:00:34 UTC
From: SOLANO JEAN-MICHEL (F6IFJ)
I read with interest your article about the MFJ1026. Very nice info abt this item, cause I also have Qrm only on 160m ,and I will buy this small box.
73's from 'jean'.
Date: Wednesday, 02 September 2015 03:08:06 UTC
From: Ronald F Sapp Sr (K2SAP)
Nice work on your antenna!
Date: Tuesday, 01 September 2015 21:03:13 UTC
From: Georg(e) (DG4YBE)
how many words i should write down?
Only the importent ones i think.
ALL THE BEST TO YOU AND YOUR FAMILY.
Georg(e) from Germany............
Date: Sunday, 30 August 2015 04:21:51 UTC
From: Brian Denley (KB1VBF)
Great website. Has anyone tried your K2 software with windows 10 yet?
Date: Tuesday, 25 August 2015 08:47:53 UTC
From: David Boniface (G4GOH/JG1CYJ)
Enjoyed reading your site, lots of useful information.Thanks and 73
Date: Monday, 24 August 2015 20:16:28 UTC
From: Mike Cox (G8HUA)
Home page: http://g8hua.yolasite.com
Interesting information well put together.
Ps Using Linux [Fedora 22]
Date: Friday, 24 July 2015 16:48:20 UTC
From: BILL (VA3OL)
Thanks again for your software, especially the cw , voaprop and Kcomm.
I can't tell you the number of our club members who use your cw program to learn cw, now that it is no longer a licensing requirement.
Date: Sunday, 19 July 2015 16:54:07 UTC
From: Roger Burningham (G8UNP)
Home page: http://www.reab-is.co.uk
Hi, Liked your FT-817 review - how I wish I'd read it first! So many buttons, so many functions and you were spot on in all your comments. 73 de G8UNP
Date: Wednesday, 24 June 2015 20:26:07 UTC
From: Joerg (DD9DA)
Thank you for this inspiring homepage. Because of restrictions installing proper antennas I also started with QRP - mostly outdoor.
73 de Joerg
Date: Tuesday, 16 June 2015 18:48:23 UTC
From: Dietmar (DL2SBA)
Date: Sunday, 07 June 2015 21:40:44 UTC
From: Valery (RM4AW)
Date: Friday, 05 June 2015 21:44:57 UTC
From: Paul (MI0HPE)
I love your morse software many thanks.
Date: Monday, 01 June 2015 23:16:06 UTC
From: Kevin (KD9DYZ)
Have recently started learning amateur radio, stumbling across this very informative site. Thanks, Julian
Olga, I'm so sorry for your loss, but do know that Julian's work here is greatly appreciated by many, and his memory lives on in us all.