Date: Monday, 02 January 2006 16:52:38 UTC
From: Jon, KC8UUG
Going to try hfprop and will comment later thx.
Date: Monday, 02 January 2006 04:59:37 UTC
From: Sean, W8OKN
Your HF Prop program is awesome. Thanks. I just sent you some US cash as a show of appreciation.
Date: Saturday, 31 December 2005 21:28:53 UTC
From: François Chillas, VE2CFI
AWESOME site and software thanks for all Julian we really appreciate.
73 es 88
Date: Saturday, 31 December 2005 20:06:12 UTC
From: FRANK RITT, KC9HRL
GREAT SITE, KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK
Date: Thursday, 29 December 2005 22:14:06 UTC
From: Ian Wilkinson, M3FQW
Hi Julian. Great site, especially the articles and reviews. I've just ordered a Jingtong JT-308 for 70cms so the review of the 2m version was very helpful. I'll let you know how I get on.
Date: Tuesday, 27 December 2005 15:32:10 UTC
From: Mark Wilson, WI1SON
Great stuff! I also live in a restricted antenna situation, so I plan to try your attic loop on QRP. Hope to see you on the bands!
Date: Monday, 26 December 2005 04:56:36 UTC
From: Dave Ritchie, N4DJS
FB website, enjoy using the HFProp software.
Date: Sunday, 25 December 2005 13:16:54 UTC
From: Don, K8OMO
plan to try new program out , will comment later thanks-Don
Date: Sunday, 25 December 2005 08:29:26 UTC
From: Eric de Castro, PY2EMC
Hi Julian, Merry Xmas !! I got your website from a CW reflector this morning to just got the HFPROP for a try ! Nice piece of software - thanks ! The rest of the site is very enjoyable to read ! Again Merry Xmas and Happy New Year !
Date: Sunday, 25 December 2005 02:36:01 UTC
From: Allen, KE5FCF
Home page: http://none
very informative Thank and Merry Christmas
Date: Sunday, 25 December 2005 00:53:07 UTC
From: Mike Andrews, W5EGO
Thanks very much for HFProp!
Date: Saturday, 24 December 2005 18:56:56 UTC
From: Elden Morris, N1ETN
Interesting site. Thank you for hosting it.
Date: Thursday, 22 December 2005 07:58:56 UTC
From: Chris reed, G1rpo
very interesting Site. Pleasure to look at. Thank you.
Date: Wednesday, 21 December 2005 23:17:12 UTC
From: Paul, W0DPD
Great site, I recently purchased a FT-817ND, found your site when googling, keep up the good work!
Date: Sunday, 18 December 2005 13:13:41 UTC
From: Rory Norton, ZS2BL
Hi, very nice website, and enjoyed your appraisal of the Jingtong 2m rig. Now, if only we can get the Chinese to start making HF rigs!
Date: Sunday, 18 December 2005 12:08:11 UTC
From: Martin, 2H3LK
Nice site, with a lot of interesting info and reviews.
Date: Thursday, 15 December 2005 03:28:49 UTC
From: BILL DYER, KE5BTZ
thanks, very informative.
Date: Sunday, 11 December 2005 15:51:46 UTC
From: Peter, KG6MZV
Neat site. I will follow up to see you article on low cost handheld
Date: Saturday, 10 December 2005 19:48:30 UTC
From: Tony, EI5EM
Home page: http://www.free-webspace.biz/ei5em/newsupdate.html
Julian, Hi again. I see you are a K2 man like myself. I have the K2/100 with auto ATU. Also I have built the KX-1, both marvellous rigs. Take a look at link above and below for more info on building them.
de Tony EI5EM G-QRP 3347
Date: Thursday, 08 December 2005 00:17:47 UTC
From: Andy, G0VRM
Home page: http://www.andy-russell.co.uk
Interesting to read your comments about using loft mounted loops with the SGC-239 as I am going through similar experiments as I live in a conservation area. Sorry to ask but I'm not sure which is the most significant, the length of the wire or the clearance from the timbers - I can manage about 20ft square following the timbers or 12ft x 16ft in the clear between the trusses of a barn. Did you ever use multi-turn loops (i.e. figure 8 speaker wire with a twist) ?
Thanks for an interesting read!