Date: Tuesday, 06 January 2015 03:46:21 UTC
From: David (W2DAB)
Home page: http://w2dab.bamford.net
Rest in peace Julian, you contributed to the amateur radio conversation and even more to the human discourse. Sincere condolences Olga. 73, Dave
Date: Saturday, 27 December 2014 09:30:47 UTC
From: John (G0MTQ)
Just got to read of the sad loss of Julian.
Julian was a significant contributor to our hobby and his efforts greatly appreciated and admired.
Our thoughts are with you Olga.
John(G0MTQ) and Carol(G7DIS)
Date: Saturday, 20 December 2014 11:51:19 UTC
From: Roland (ON8DL)
Date: Friday, 12 December 2014 23:20:15 UTC
From: Marq (CT1BWW)
A Sad news! The amateur radio community is poorer, Julian a great booster activity. An example to follow.
We'll meet one day. God bless you!
Date: Monday, 01 December 2014 23:15:48 UTC
From: John Sullivan (G4HLA)
So very sorry to hear the dreadful news that Julian has passed away. He was a truly inspirational figure in the Amateur Radio world and also in the way he publicly dealt with, and bravely fought this scourge of a disease. His passing is a terrible loss to the radio community, and a much greater loss for Olga for whom his love shone so through clearly in his posts and blogs. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
Date: Friday, 21 November 2014 23:28:27 UTC
From: Michael (N9YZM)
A brave man who enjoyed his hobby to the last moment, and then took it to the next level by sharing it all with the ham community. Condolences to Olga and all his family.
Date: Friday, 21 November 2014 22:56:26 UTC
From: aul J Bartoszewicz (KC2LXV)
Thanks for the program and may you RIP.
Date: Wednesday, 19 November 2014 16:18:46 UTC
From: Igor (UA9CDC)
Home page: http://8q7dv.net
Julian will be missed by many. His contribution to the greatest hobby of Ham Radio is what will make him memorable to me. But I am sure he was also a good friend and nice person to many others.
Date: Wednesday, 12 November 2014 07:12:57 UTC
Hello, my English is not so perfect, please forgive this.
I build today a 2m stealthy antenna that G4ILO has design. It is working 100% very good, I am very happy with antenna as I live in a apartment and I no can have big antenna outside.
Now I am reading that G4ILO has passed away from us and I am feeling guilty and very sad for the loss of such talented man.
My sincere condolence to family of G4ILO, I am sad for your loss.
Date: Friday, 07 November 2014 21:52:07 UTC
I am a very new ham and today I built a digital mode interface for my computer using plans from this site. I was going to drop a note to the authour to thank him and report success but instead found myself reading about his poor health and recent passing. I just wanted to say that his site is still helping people like me even now he is not here. My thoughts are with his family.
Date: Friday, 31 October 2014 00:38:57 UTC
From: JOHN BIDGOOD
Dear Olga it was with sadness i read the news through rsgb ,
My thoughts are with you,
Date: Friday, 24 October 2014 14:40:18 UTC
From: Johnny (G0OWA)
Thankyou for a fine website, I'm a palliative Care Nurse feel free to contact me if you need chat
Date: Sunday, 19 October 2014 00:08:44 UTC
OLGA how are things ,please only answer when you feel able to
my regards and respect to you both JOHN
Date: Saturday, 18 October 2014 11:33:12 UTC
From: Gus (ON6KE)
I recently acquired a KX3 and I absolutely love it. I was however looking for a decent piece of software to manage it and I found that with KComm.
It is a MAGNIFICENT piece of software, you are obviously a very talented designer, analyst and programmer. I knew this already for years since I installed Voaprop.
I'd thank you very much for these 2 fine and very complete applications.
I'm since quite a while reading your One foot in the Grave blog too, I don't want to ruin your day but believe me when I say from my heart that I find it all very very sad.
Life for certain hasn't been treating you fairly.
Take care my friend and say hello to Olga for me.
There's no need for you to answer this knowing that it's a burden for you.
Date: Friday, 17 October 2014 03:11:32 UTC
From: Thomas Skene
Excellent review on the Miracle whip antenna, I own this antenna as well as the FT-817ND and I feel this antenna was mated especially for the FT-817, from indoors here in Sedona I have worked the big island of Hawaii on 10 meters ssb with an s-5 signal report, worked up to 600 miles on 40 meters ssb with the Miracle whip, 75 meters a counterpoise wire is needed to keep the swr down, love both the radio and the Miracle whip, best travel system ever made !
Date: Friday, 03 October 2014 13:05:40 UTC
Re: Stealth Amateur Radio
You praise and condemn antennas you have never used. Bizarre.
It is also strange that you advocate for power levels that you admit are less efficient than higher power levels, yet rail against inefficient antennas.
Efficiency is vastly overrated. Source: QRP ARCI DXCC, WAS and WAC using a FT-817 with an
Antron A-99 and a 20 meter mobile whip dipole. All on phone.
Date: Thursday, 25 September 2014 09:38:55 UTC
From: Charlie (26FB2609)
Home page: http://www.firstinlastout.eu/
Hello, Nice Site and thank you for all your hard work. :_)
Date: Wednesday, 24 September 2014 20:14:15 UTC
Hello Julian and Olga
my thoughts are with you both i have sent you a couple of items which i hope do not offend and will help you at this time my regards to you both john
Date: Saturday, 20 September 2014 07:25:58 UTC
From: Alan (M0GNA)
A steel tape measure counterpoise is the best and most simple solution i have come across.All thanks to your review of the Backpacker antenna,i have tried it and it works superbly.Great web site well done mate..Best regards 73.
Date: Tuesday, 09 September 2014 04:15:18 UTC
From: Kim (2E0KAH)
I too am sorry to hear about your health which seems to have dramatically worsened recently (just read your blog).
I have long been a user of VOAPROP and would like to take this opportunity to thank you for using it.
I hope that you find a solution to your home healthcare issue.
Regards and best 73,