Date: Friday, 23 January 2009 07:24:02 UTC
From: Sai (VU2SGW)
Excellent website. Gr8 effort. Keep up the good work. All the best & godbless
Date: Wednesday, 21 January 2009 15:03:25 UTC
From: Gerry McGowan (M0VAA)
Saw the reference to VOA Prop on the CDXC reflector and thought I'd give it a go.
Thanks and 73
Date: Monday, 19 January 2009 21:20:36 UTC
From: Roger (G3XBM)
Home page: http://www.g3xbm.co.uk/
Interested to read your comments on Linux. In the last 9 months I have been using a small Asus EEE (7 inch) running Linux as my main PC and it is superb for most of my needs, but I do miss some of the better WinXP ham radio apps. I lack the skills/knowledge to hack these for Linux and now I am looking at a WinXP netbook so that I can run these. For me Linux is fine as an OS simply to use with pre-loaded apps only.
Date: Wednesday, 14 January 2009 18:46:17 UTC
From: Gerald Holley
I am new to amateur radio (not licensed yet, test in February). I am interested in antennas and QRP. I live in central east Idaho, USA with 6 acres but I would like to have small efficient antennas. Nice site very interesting. I have you marked and I will be back.
Date: Monday, 12 January 2009 00:21:41 UTC
From: Bud Simmons (W7BWV)
Home page: http://bsimmons.wordpress.com/
I'm running Windows 7 Beta I had some problems getting VOAprop to close I uninstalled it and reinstalled works now no Problem Just thought you would like to know
Date: Tuesday, 06 January 2009 01:38:05 UTC
From: Graham Furlonger (M6GLF)
Easy to understand for a newbie, thank you very much.
Needed help on choosing and installation of HF antenna in restricted space!
Date: Saturday, 03 January 2009 02:36:30 UTC
From: Maury Kurtz (XE2/KD7VJX)
Julian, I have been using VOAProp for several years now and have really found it usful. Never thought to click on your site until this evening. I spend Winters in Mazatlan, MX. Have just started to use PSK31--interested because the band conditions are so bad. Have monitore several exchenges between California and Scotland on PSK31 recently. I'll look for your call. Happy New year to you and your family.
73 Maury Kurz
Date: Friday, 02 January 2009 22:10:14 UTC
From: Andrea (IK2HNG)
Finally a great ham site! And completely agree with you while talking about linux....
Me, as you did, i want to use radios... And don't want to waste a lot of time in configuring something hoping it can do the same things i can easily get by using the (good) old XP .... (please, keep vista far from me!)
73 and have a great 2009!
Date: Thursday, 01 January 2009 11:28:58 UTC
From: ignazio (IZ0INV)
great website.i'm a technician in the italian army aviation and i found very usefullthis contact.thanks for this information.
Date: Saturday, 27 December 2008 17:03:44 UTC
From: William Douglas (G4NTW)
Great site; good, down to earth, commentry on topics of interest to a lot of amateurs Keep it up.
73's and best wishes.
Bill - Durham
Date: Tuesday, 23 December 2008 22:35:33 UTC
From: Danilo (IK1XHN)
I wish to congratulate for your "top class" site! I found it very interesting, being full of useful info for those (like me) loving QRP.
Very good job, Julian, and thank you for sharing your knowledge.
Please...keep going !
73 de Danilo (from Genoa,Italy).
Date: Monday, 22 December 2008 20:07:55 UTC
From: Tim Roberts (VK4YEH)
Home page: http://www.timroberts-vk4yeh.id.au/
Thanks Julian. As with many lucky people, I found your site when investigating WSPR, and am enjoying that mode very much.
I agree with you about the sense of wonder at radio and in fact at electronics in general. It has never left me, but unfortunately I rarely find a sense of wonder about anything in my students.
I also use eQSL and in the few months since I "discovered" it have nearly twice as many eQSL's as physical cards - quite amazing.
Date: Friday, 19 December 2008 20:42:45 UTC
From: Steve (VK2SRO)
Home page: http://vk2sro.djirra.com
G'day Julian - what a breath of fresh air!!!! Nice to see such a well thought-out site and accompanying opinions.
I have an identical point of view about Amateur Radio (especially the joy and wonder part) after 41 years of being licenced. Still get a kick out of the magic of radio.
Working on my WSPR setup for 30M. That is how I found your site.
Well done and thanks !!!
Date: Tuesday, 16 December 2008 21:36:30 UTC
From: Bill Porter (M 3 X C S)
Great webpage ! with some intresting and useful info on stealth gear !
Back on shortwave reception -with my longwire installed yesterday - working fine, picks up n.atlantic atc easily and other areas of the globe ,Im in the same boat, but i just tell the neighbours the wire is a washing line lol merry christmas everyone, Bill.
Date: Thursday, 11 December 2008 13:24:48 UTC
From: Sven (DJ5AND)
very informative site you got. Especially about Linux and usable software as I am using this OS again after I couldn't stand the freezing air through the "window" any more.
73 de Sven
Date: Sunday, 07 December 2008 22:51:49 UTC
From: Mike (DB1JAW)
Home page: http://db1jaw.de
really enjoyed your info abt the IMD-Meter and it is good to know that there are further people taking care about their IMD value on BPSK. Have been using both, the PSK-Meter (KV6VSG) wired version to control the soundcard settings and IMD-Meter. The stand-alone IMD-Meter does just show the IMD value but is way easier to add to any station. Also congrads on your report about magnetic loop antennas .... I do use 4 such antennas, not as a question of available space - just to have much fun with "the small giants" tnx fer all - was fun to read ! Mike - DB1JAW
Date: Friday, 28 November 2008 16:04:25 UTC
From: Eero (OH1GYG)
Hello Julian ! Nice site, i got lot of information about ATX Walkabout and MP-1
antennas.I didn`t know what antenna i will use with my FT-817 on the field operation but now it easier to
select.Tnx, 73,from far north !
Date: Monday, 24 November 2008 19:39:03 UTC
From: Jan de Groot (VE7GTE)
I wrote you a while ago about the problems I had with USINTERFACE
I finally got the IMD Meter, after I got Paypal involved.
Glenn NEVER answered my e-mails or phone call.
In the package there was a note apologizing for the delay!
It took more than 2 months
73 de Jan, VE7GTE
Date: Monday, 17 November 2008 02:01:00 UTC
From: Rick (7L1RLL)
Home page: http://www1.u-netsurf.ne.jp/~7l1rll/radio.html
Thanks for discussion on WSPR coding and decoding. I was a computer engineer at a computer company. I have been London about 5 times, Manchester, York, Bristol.
I hope to contact with WSPR in a near future at 20m band.
Date: Saturday, 15 November 2008 12:13:53 UTC
From: René (PE1MYS)
Your line "leave a message in the Visitors Book. Thank you!" gives an error when clicking on it. Nevertheless i put your site to my favorits,,thankyou for such useful things you can find here.
73 rene pe1mys