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
Date: Thursday, 13 November 2008 04:54:40 UTC
From: Fred Uebelhoer (KA3IRJ)
Home page: http://www.ksecorp.com
Your information on the MFJ magnetic loop antenna was of interest as I am also in a situation which limits the deployment of any type of large outdoor antenna. Thanks!
Date: Wednesday, 12 November 2008 22:00:22 UTC
From: Graham (G3ZOD)
Nice site; refreshing to have balanced reviews without any "axes to grind" or outrageous claims.
Date: Wednesday, 05 November 2008 22:29:59 UTC
From: Vern (W9HLY)
Noticed your visitor page AFTER I sent you a note direct. Sorry! Nice site, however. Will stick this one in my Bookmarks.
Date: Monday, 03 November 2008 00:25:06 UTC
From: John (K0FTC)
Always enjoy your posts on the K3 reflector. You recently posted a virtual port freeware program, (listed the site where you could find it). I downloaded it and can't seem to make it work and I could not find directions on the site. I am interested in something to replace LP-Bridge, which just doesn't play well with my system. Maybe I am making a mistake thinking perhaps this freeware would give me the same capability - does it? And if it does, how do you make it work? Sorry, dumb questions I know, but if you have the time...., Best to you, and 73, John
Date: Wednesday, 29 October 2008 03:05:38 UTC
From: Bill Fogel (KE5KWE)
Found your website thru a posting on the Elecraft email reflector. I too have a K2 and am interested in starting to use PSK31. Thanks for the primer.
Date: Monday, 27 October 2008 19:13:21 UTC
From: Gunnar Hillefors (SM6OER)
Home page: http://goto.glocalnet.net/~sk6gb/index.html
My entry on Your site was, by Google
and in the search for "QUAD LOOP FEEDER" and You had QUITE a good
exposé on that! I and my amamteurfriend here in Gothenburg - SM6MLY Dick
- both members of SK6GB - (Please look in www.qrz.com) we use
450 Ohm "Ladderline" form
Swedish Radio Supply AB Karlstad (link http://ham.srsab.se/)
to both 80 and 40 M Loop on 4 flagpoles (6 metsr above ground) and
RX/TX FT817ND (x 2) "No afterburners". We talked to G6TUH
with 40M loop ab 2,5W from square
JO67AT to IO06! 1047,6 km in August!
73 de Gunnar sm6oer
(and sm6mly Dick)
Date: Sunday, 26 October 2008 05:35:32 UTC
From: Jack (VK2CJC)
Home page: http://www.mncarg.org
Really enjoyed the website. Its nice to see a well presented site full of good information. I also have a K2, with computer headset, and a Jingtong :) Also used to live in Lockerbie and was treasurer to the anglo scottish data group in the 90s.
73. Jack VK2CJC / MM0AXL
Date: Saturday, 25 October 2008 21:46:53 UTC
From: Bruce (G4ABX)
I've been reading about the MagLoop antenna. Thinking about buying one myself. I live in a converted Chapel and there are various restrictions to 'normal' antennas so this might just do the trick.
Date: Friday, 03 October 2008 13:05:03 UTC
From: Paul Crichton (M1BPT)
Hi Julian nice site have been reading the ATX and T1 page with interest , purchased the T! on your recommendations , hope to be using my FT-817 with Clansman 5.4. mast and the T1 for 3663 with North Anglia Raynet best 73s Paul M1BPT Loc: JO02FV Hunstanton Norfolk
Date: Thursday, 02 October 2008 01:42:09 UTC
From: Mike Enders (KD8JHJ)
Wanted to say thanks for the the Morsegen program I found on the CD rom that came with the book "Morse code for radio amateurs" (RSGB). I've just received my general ticket and look fwd to using cw on the hf.
73 from the State of Ohio.
Date: Monday, 29 September 2008 09:39:00 UTC
From: Max (IW0GXY)
Home page: http://www.iw0gxy.it
Very nice site. Lot of useful informations. Thank you and 73
Date: Monday, 29 September 2008 00:17:45 UTC
From: Brian (KD7TAE)
I just read your Miracle Whip review. That was very helpful and just what I needed to decide whether or not to get one for my FT-817 for portable ops (I will now).
Date: Wednesday, 17 September 2008 15:05:36 UTC
From: matthieu (PD0PJP)
verry nice website lots off info
you don`t have to be a big station to get results. well done!
Date: Tuesday, 16 September 2008 13:39:14 UTC
From: fabio (IZ8FTW)
Home page: http://iz8ftw.spaces.live.com/
Date: Tuesday, 16 September 2008 13:24:45 UTC
From: karel (PA3GJU)
Home page: http://www.pa3gju.nl
Very nice homesite, best regards and good dx from the Netherlands.
Date: Monday, 15 September 2008 14:51:12 UTC
From: Paul M Eidson (AE6ST)
The VOAProp is working fine, thank you for your dedication to Ham radio
Date: Friday, 12 September 2008 18:19:59 UTC
From: John B Sullivan (G4HLA)
Thanks for this great site. Very informative and quite inspirational for those of us without vast tracts of land for antenna farms and qth's miles away from civilisation! Superbly presented. Well done - it's in my favourites folder.