Date: Sunday, 09 December 2012 16:25:34 UTC
From: meti (F5MVB)
thank you for your work for ham community.
I'm using hfpro for many years and i apreciate very much.
Nice web site...
73 Phil F5MVB
Date: Sunday, 09 December 2012 14:20:23 UTC
From: Sven Foss (LA8NSA)
Thank you for sharing the VOAPROP with us. It works wonderfully on first download attempt. I wish you and your family good health an a merry Christmas!
Date: Wednesday, 05 December 2012 06:05:57 UTC
From: Michael (K6MLE)
Just got interested in the Propeller and came across your site while searching for things other hams may have done with it.
On another note: my wife and I are both cancer survivors. We discovered that 'attitude is everything'. It certainly looks like your mind is properly focused and I wish you well!
Date: Sunday, 02 December 2012 23:09:25 UTC
From: steve (K7AWB)
Home page: http://www.sdxa.org
I have downloaded and am using your HF Prop display on our club's website. Thank you for the use of it. It replaces a poor contrasted black one I was using before from someone else. Good luck
Date: Saturday, 24 November 2012 13:23:47 UTC
From: Philip (G0ISW)
Home page: http://www.qsl.net/g0isw
Hi again Julian,
Great website as always. Interesting how every new AR development I have you seem to share, from FT-817, QRP, WSPR through to my eagerly awaited Elecraft KX-3. :-) Have already downloaded your software ready to use with the latter, very much appreciated.
All the best
Date: Saturday, 24 November 2012 08:38:39 UTC
From: Graham (G3YR)
Home page: http://www.yorks8128.free-online.co.uk/G/3YJR.htm
Interesting website, thanks! I replied to your WSPR blog comment. I'm WSPRing again on 10m today.
Date: Friday, 23 November 2012 14:10:13 UTC
From: Stefano Bello (I3VBP)
I discovered your blog after searching for infos on noise cancelling devices for HF reception.
I'm a QRPer and stealth antennas user too...
digging on your site dicoverd about your illness and read thourgh your blog; just a word: I admire your courage and serenity.
Best wishes and God bless you !
Date: Wednesday, 21 November 2012 22:16:53 UTC
From: Roger (G0HAE)
Spent the last 2 weeks working my way through your archives. Fascinating. Should be in the Lake District with the caravan next year, will invite you and Olga round for coffee....Roger
Date: Tuesday, 20 November 2012 18:11:35 UTC
From: Eric (PA2EON)
Home page: http://qsl.net/pa2eon
How nice your website .. that will 'cost me days' to do!
I'am looking for software to give a graphic few on an europe map, that will show the worked qth locators, do you have any idea witch software tis can do .. webbased will be prefered
Eric , PA2EON
Date: Monday, 19 November 2012 01:00:22 UTC
From: alvaro g (KB2UEW)
hi Julian 73 nice station
Date: Sunday, 11 November 2012 23:35:21 UTC
From: Dave (KA6BIM)
Reading the article on stealth antennas was interesting. One area you may want to investigate is conversion of everyday articles into antennas. When I was young we moved to a temporary qth for 6 months. My parents used the rain gutter as an antenna. I have also used wire fencing
Date: Sunday, 11 November 2012 17:43:28 UTC
From: George Emsden (2E0EMS)
Home page: http://www.georgeemsden.co.uk
Great site. Doing my Advanced next month but want to do digital modes once I have a rig and worked out the logistics of the antenna in my 3rd floor flat with metal windows.
Date: Tuesday, 06 November 2012 09:11:57 UTC
From: Charles (ZS5QR)
Great page - can't wait to try out the magnetic loop. We are moving to a second floor flat with a balcony so it should be ideal for that situation. WSPR looks very interesting.
Date: Wednesday, 31 October 2012 13:43:56 UTC
From: Woody (N3WB)
I just discovered your site TODAY. I am in a new townhouse that was constructed to be hurricane resistant (good thing, considering Superstorm Sandy)and it is extremely tight (installing cable inside the walls is difficult since everything is blocked). Thank you for all the work; I'll be looking for your on Echolink.
Date: Saturday, 20 October 2012 03:49:53 UTC
From: Alan Jones (KI6JYI)
I have a tri-band handhold, i live in a community with CCRs that say no atenna. i mostly use 2 meters to work with the local emergency prep. people. i got a Comet GP-1 to put in my 4 foot of attic space. My place is 2 story, so i thought that would be good, but i can't pick up some of the local people. Did i make a mistake putting it close to the where the house furnace and ducting is? if so, how far away should i move it? is there a better antenna for someone stuck in my situation? Help!
Date: Tuesday, 16 October 2012 21:34:00 UTC
From: DAVID DOLLING (G0FVH)
Julian, have been trying to get back in to CW for ages, have not used it since the late 1980s, have today dowloaded morse machine from your site, 20wpm is scary, but I think it will do the job ?
Thanks and best wishes.
Date: Sunday, 14 October 2012 11:32:54 UTC
From: carlo (IZ4SJP)
Home page: http://www.qsl.net/iz4sjp
great site, thanks
Date: Sunday, 14 October 2012 04:23:53 UTC
From: Arnold Parlee (VE7FLY)
Just getting back into radio after a pause of 17 years and have purchased an FT-817nd to try QRP. Enjoyed your article on stealth antennas and the Wonder Loop. We have 4 acres, mostly 100 foot fir trees and rocks but will be portable out of my car. My next antenna will be the Wonder Loop. Thanks. Arn VE7FLY
Date: Saturday, 06 October 2012 15:36:14 UTC
From: Paul (G4RVM)
Hi Julian, Just found your site. Wonder if your the same Julian that used to live in Londales Rd Lincoln? in the 80's
If so me and Pete G0CEG was only talking about you the other week & wondering how you were doing. he said he hadnt heard from you like me since the packet radio BBS went off air locally. Drop me a line if you are that gentleman and Ill tell Pete to email you 73 from Paul
Date: Wednesday, 03 October 2012 14:05:43 UTC
Home page: http://www.widescreen-tv.biz/
Amateur Radio is a freat hobby and this is one of the best blogs about it. Thanks a lot!