Date: Monday, 11 March 2013 16:04:03 UTC
Thank you for all your great info. I'm a newbie and found your site while investigating stealth ham. I plan to use your site as part of my "education." I just want you to know how much you are appreciated and that all good thoughts and wishes are being sent your way!!!
Date: Tuesday, 05 March 2013 19:16:33 UTC
From: Demian (KA2ZEY)
Really love your site and review of the Alex Loop. I'm curious to know if you have any tips on getting a low SWR? I use the method of listening for the noise to come up and then try to fine tune it with my Elecraft KX3 SWR meter but can never really get below 3:1. Granted, I just started using it yesterday and it was indoors.
Date: Friday, 01 March 2013 00:02:35 UTC
From: Roy Britton (GW6 DGU)
Enjoyed reading various article on here especialy the one dealing with Magnetic Loops and Stealth Antennas, very informative and unbiased. well done.
Date: Sunday, 10 February 2013 18:50:31 UTC
From: Paolo Paravagna (F8ENY)
Thanks for your detailed satellite reception page!
I use WXtoImage with my Icom 706 (GaasFET kit preamplifier, homemade QHA), but despite strong signals, my images are poor...
How should I set the receiver? AM, FM or WFM?
Maybe should I use the 9600 baud audio output on the rear of my radio?
All my best energy for your battle!!!
Date: Thursday, 07 February 2013 23:03:36 UTC
From: Joseph (ZL2SCI/G1XZL)
Just browsing web site
Date: Tuesday, 05 February 2013 20:20:15 UTC
From: Gerhard (EI5JZ)
What a great website. I built a magnetic loop like the one on PD7MAA's website. Capacitive coupling. The bandwidth is very wide. Low SWR across the band. Like the one made by G4TPH. See instructions on G4PTH's website. Does wide bandwidth means low Q? Should I use a different coupling method? Any suggestions will help. Thank you in advance.
Date: Thursday, 31 January 2013 23:12:44 UTC
From: Nick (G4IWO)
Ive long been a reader of your blogs ! We are within a whisker of each other in terms of age - i was 60 a few days ago! Our callsigns are very close. And now tracking back earlier entries in your blog i see you have lived in Essex ( as i do now) and also lived in Charlton SE7 as did I between 1985 and 1997!!!
Date: Tuesday, 29 January 2013 08:50:57 UTC
From: Karl H. Steenaerts (DL2XL)
Home page: http://dl2xl.de
Hi all OM's!
Thanks for the good site's.
cu by my aktivation in SOTA or WSPR. gl
Date: Saturday, 26 January 2013 12:19:00 UTC
From: John (KD4CKY)
Enjoyed your website and your insight. Just got back into amateur radio and have been debating with myself about how to go about it Not interested in big towers and antennas and have been thinking a lot about QRP, digital modes and small antennas. Also like your view on Linux, I have had almost the same experience.
Date: Friday, 25 January 2013 21:42:13 UTC
From: Dave Santoro (W2DHS)
Thanks- great site, gonna use your USB rig keyer plans.
Date: Thursday, 24 January 2013 04:58:39 UTC
What a wonderful blog with detailed reviews and hints. I will check back often.
Michael - Charlotte, NC USA
Date: Friday, 18 January 2013 10:19:21 UTC
Hi Julian, i'm am avid reader of your blog and website and the reviews are excellent. i have some of your software and even tried to modify the morsemachine to make it add new letters more slowly. needless to say i have massive respect for your programming as i failed miserably!! once my daughter gets older and i can get out in the evenings i can get on a course and get my ticket. an inspiring site to visit. all the best
Date: Sunday, 13 January 2013 21:39:33 UTC
From: Bobby Garmon (AG4WT)
Nice page alot of good stuff on here 73..AG4WT
Date: Saturday, 12 January 2013 03:41:07 UTC
From: Brighid (KF7RHB)
Heaven bless and keep you safe. You've done so much for ham radio. Your programs are helping me, a new ham, learn and develop. I dearly thank you for all you've contributed. Very 73.
Date: Friday, 11 January 2013 23:53:02 UTC
From: David (WD5M)
Home page: http://wd5m.net/
I read your blog. Please know I and many, many others wish you and your family the best. I know it is a very difficult time.
I recently discovered your KComm software, and have been using it with my relatively new K3. I've tried several others programs that claim to support Elecraft and the K3. So far, yours is the only one I've found that utilizes the K3 as it was intended. Even the CW/Digital text buffers work correctly.
Date: Thursday, 10 January 2013 12:15:41 UTC
From: Tod (KC9RKA)
great site. the aprs info is great.
Thankyou for the info.
Date: Saturday, 05 January 2013 21:31:03 UTC
From: NICK (SV1PCY)
Thank you for your info of the STL.It will good for me to have more details of the exciting small loop (is faraday loop or not?)
Date: Friday, 04 January 2013 22:00:33 UTC
From: Daniele (DL1BD)
Thanks very much especially for the Article about the Miracle Whip and Other Portable Antennas. It's the same i am thinking on it and it was a lot of fun reading it and also you provide some test made with it so it's perfekt for a lot of people it will help them for sure
Date: Wednesday, 02 January 2013 20:38:54 UTC
From: christian (F5NVK)
Julian thank you for making this site it is very well done with a wealth of information and very pleasant to go. I visit regularly. Everything you want good for 2013.
Date: Monday, 31 December 2012 17:55:39 UTC
From: Howard (G7ESM//M3IOM)
Just found you - great site. Been a "stealthaholic" for years, and it's been great fun. Used an endfed 'slinky' (see qrz.com) for a while; plus a "snake antenna" under severe local authority conditions; and currently using an 'invisible' endfed wire clipped to the wooden fence of the property. "Big Gun" it isn't, but I've worked all over GB, Europe, America, Canada, Middle East, South America, Australia & NZ, and even Japan. It's all about "working the conditions" and being patient. Thanks for the website, information and inspiration. VERY BEST 73!