Date: Tuesday, 07 February 2006 17:04:23 UTC
From: Dave, K2KO
Good information and a very nice site. Thanks for the help with an attic loop!
Date: Monday, 06 February 2006 21:07:18 UTC
From: Jim Sutton, AC4CZ
Wandering around looking for propagation programs I found this site. Very nice indeed.
I will be back again and again.
73/Jim/AC4CZ Virginia, USA
Date: Monday, 06 February 2006 10:50:56 UTC
From: Philip, G0BVD
Home page: http://fenham-villa.com
Nice site, good to see some good free software downloads
Date: Sunday, 05 February 2006 12:13:05 UTC
From: Kevan Gosling, G1LOE
Info on programming Jingtong sets very helpful, couldn't get the interesting translations from the manual.
Date: Tuesday, 31 January 2006 12:36:42 UTC
From: Chris, WA2ZDY
Home page: http://www.geocities.com/wa2zdy
I've read your covert operations comments with interest. I agree with you on the eyesore. I do wish that I had the means to live where I could erect better aerials without distressing the neighbours. However I do not so I too use an attic antenna.
I've found that my linear loaded dipole 12m long and fed with ladderline and a tuner works better than it should, even on 80m. I do use 100w though. And I make contacts with no problem. DX on 40 and 20 cw is an every day occurance.
And on the subject of power, I have no RFI of any kind except to the speakers on the desk with the radio.
Good luck to you and thank you for the comprehensive reporting on a variety of matters of interest to hams everywhere.
Date: Friday, 27 January 2006 19:33:12 UTC
From: Joel, VE6WQ
Hi Have been using HFProp for several months. Needed to reinstall on my computer. Great program 73 Joel
Date: Friday, 27 January 2006 04:17:46 UTC
From: Bob Tait, VK3UI
Looking to get into 137 Mhz Weather data down loads. Following various links.
Date: Thursday, 26 January 2006 20:32:29 UTC
From: Frank Mason, EI6EVB
Home page: http://www.geocities.com/michaelfrancis66
Struggling to learn Morse. Hope this is the answer!
Date: Monday, 23 January 2006 18:29:31 UTC
From: Joe, m3mfz
Hi there. Could give me any more info on the jingtong 2M radio, ie if it is any good even though it has only 2.5 W, what is the best antenna for it to get the best out of it and if you can get a speeker mic for it.
Thanks and 73's
Date: Sunday, 22 January 2006 15:33:30 UTC
From: Keith Twort, G8CHY
A fascinating site, particularly about covert attic loops! I am just looking at antenna feeds without expensive solutions.
Date: Thursday, 19 January 2006 18:45:19 UTC
From: Jean Pierre Lenoir, ON4UMO
Thank for your activity and software is very good hfprop congratulation i am sorry for my english but do not study in the school hi hi hi 73 from john on4umo
Date: Monday, 16 January 2006 14:34:09 UTC
From: Augusto Cebola, CT1ABE
Hi, I'm glad I have found your site.Well done ... congratulations and many thanks for it. Sure I'll send just a token of my deep apreciation to your good job. I'm a retired person now but I use to visit UK for many many times and was able to be almost every place and have still some really good friends over there. I'm going to enjoy it. Warmest greetings, Gus.ct1 abe
Date: Sunday, 15 January 2006 19:19:14 UTC
From: John-Henrt, VE3CAK
Nice page OM. Curious about your props program. Very Best 73's J-H.
Date: Sunday, 15 January 2006 00:05:07 UTC
From: Jim Wright, KM5F
Very good site! Found it very interesting and informative. As a ham of long standing, although inactive for the past few years, you have my interest in QRP bubbling up once again. Love cw and digital modes. Keep up the fine work!
Date: Wednesday, 11 January 2006 01:51:21 UTC
From: Bob, WU9Q
Pretty cool website!
Date: Sunday, 08 January 2006 19:45:02 UTC
From: Henk, pa2zz
Happy new year and Goodluck in 2006. FB website, enjoy using the HFProp software. Good luck with the Elecraft K2 I have the #5175.
Date: Sunday, 08 January 2006 10:54:06 UTC
From: Maurice, ZL3 MEM
Terrific website! I spent hours exploring it and it's links, Have been finding new things of interest to our hobby. I have just not got around to making a web page for myself.. I have enjoyed your Website and wish all the best for 2006
Date: Sunday, 08 January 2006 02:01:15 UTC
From: Tino, K6YUM/4 & SV0DB
Interesting HFPropagation Program. Will give it a try and provide back some comments. Thanks.
Date: Saturday, 07 January 2006 16:57:18 UTC
From: Bob, WB0IQT
Hi, Just downloaded HFProp and am anxiously headed to try it out. Tnx 73 de Bob
Date: Saturday, 07 January 2006 14:00:32 UTC
From: Bruce, K9OZ
Home page: http://www.w9ccu.org
Just downloaded HFPROP. It's the program I've been looking for for years...I can't wait to explore rest of your goodies. Thanks much.