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!
Date: Saturday, 29 September 2012 09:35:01 UTC
I've used freebsd, redhat, slackware, fedora, and ubuntu. and realized learning basic commands was never going to be enough. unfortunately time is not on my side like the power users.
i typed "life is too short for linux" and found your article at the top of google, and I agreed with everything you said. it was like everything i wanted to say, but I couldnt find the words to write, but you found them for me. :) well written sir, well written.
have a nice day!
Date: Wednesday, 19 September 2012 16:18:41 UTC
From: Ron Howe (GW3PLB)
It is getting cold now in the radio room about 50 today,have no heating in there so will close up for the winter.
I think winter is the best time for dx as the bands are better.
Date: Wednesday, 19 September 2012 10:18:35 UTC
From: Hugh Bradley (EI9KF)
I am a newcomer to amateur radio. As such, I have had to start from scratch in every respect. I want to thank you for producing your K-Comm software. It does exactly all that I want and the interface is so insightful. Its simplicity is matched by its versatility. You have documented it extremely well.
I hope that your health continues to improve. Thanks for KComm!
Date: Sunday, 16 September 2012 13:26:26 UTC
i stumbled across your webpage after looking for information on the miracle antenna, being in the same position as yourself i live in a holiday home on the East coast of the uk, so no visible antenna allowed. a very informative sight with lots to look up on. at present i only have a couple of scanners and a frg7700 for hf and shortwave. Hope to do the foundation licence sometime next year work permitting.
many thanks stuart cassidy
Date: Saturday, 08 September 2012 15:59:44 UTC
From: Andrea (IK1QFT)
Home page: http://www.ctsnet.org/home/avalori
it was a pleasure browsing through your webpages. My best wishes for your/our hobby and for your health. You were great in publishing your other blog!
Date: Saturday, 08 September 2012 09:17:22 UTC
From: Graham F (M0KTY)
Home page: http://www.m0kty.com
Congratulations on your most comprehensive web site. I have enjoyed reading your input especially the log!
73 my friend.
Graham de M0KTY
Date: Friday, 07 September 2012 08:33:15 UTC
From: Colin (DD5CF)
Good morning Olga and Julian, I just wanted to let you know about my latest portable ops with the Wonderloop ant, I was in Mainz (near Frankfurt)at mid-day yesterday and set up the Wonderloop and the Ultimate QRSS kit(attached to one leg of the tripod with bungie cord) for 30m on WSPR during my lunchbreak,I had a number of spots the best was from F1VMV 1092 miles distance (1760 Kms)SNR -8.
Happy Anniversary to you both, may you have many more.
Vy 73 de Colin DD5CF / G1ZOS
Date: Saturday, 01 September 2012 05:54:37 UTC
From: Des (G6YEK)
Hi Julian & Olga
Happy wedding anniversary to both of you and may you have many more.
Des & Elena
ps Thanks for a great website
Date: Wednesday, 29 August 2012 00:00:46 UTC
From: John J Becker (VA6JB)
Home page: http://www.va6jb.ca
Just wanted to say hello and tell you have a interesting and informative web site.
Date: Sunday, 19 August 2012 12:20:53 UTC
From: J. Crit (K4BXN)
Julian, I just recently found your Kcomm program. I have greatly enjoyed using it with my K3 and want to thank you. Great program. Tnx.
Date: Thursday, 16 August 2012 21:55:36 UTC
From: John Marthens (NU6A)
I enjoyed reading your info about the Rig Expert interface, and I was hoping to find information that would allow me to use the RE Plus unit that I recently acquired. I am stymied by the lack of information in the User's Manual that is on the CD that came with the unit. The operating system I am using is Windows 7 and I am not a computer guru. I do not know how to make the RE Plus function following the User's Manual (which, incidentally only provides information up to Windows Vista). I am beginning to feel as if I have wasted my money on the interface - it appears to be operational, but I can not get it to work. And, yes, I know the serial ports that are necessary, but I am uncomfortable with the interface.
Do you have any specific information on how I can become comfortable in setting the item to correct operating using Windows 7?
Date: Thursday, 02 August 2012 09:22:31 UTC
From: Stuart (G4WCP)
Your website is most welcome as a resource for a very popular range of amateur radio which is not recognised fully by the RSGB . I have found it most helpful to dip here and learn having been QRT for 17 years . 73 ,s Julian
WIshing you well G4ILO DE G4WCP
Date: Wednesday, 01 August 2012 14:34:19 UTC
From: Geoff (K6TFZ)
I thoroughly enjoy your writings. Like your web page, they are precise and concise. Keep up the good work. Push as long as you can -- that's what keeps one going.
Date: Tuesday, 31 July 2012 08:43:47 UTC
From: Deni (S55DB)
Home page: http://b4d.sablun.org
I just love reading your blog, especially the HT parts, as I am equally in love with them.
Keeping my fingers crossed for your health!
Date: Thursday, 26 July 2012 17:46:01 UTC
From: HaralD Miller
Many thanks from a german SWL for your VOAProp software.
Date: Tuesday, 17 July 2012 10:12:25 UTC
From: Martin (G7MKS)
I have jsut started to get an interest in APRS and found your tutorial on APRSISCE for Windows to be very good. Clear and easy to understand, I am in the process of getting registered. Thankyou for taking the time to explain to those new to APRS.
Date: Friday, 13 July 2012 22:58:06 UTC
From: Tom (W9TTY)
Thank you for this great tutorial on APRSISCE for Windows. You make this so easy to use and exciting. I was losing interest in Ham Radio but this fine piece of software with accompanying help files is a real boost. Thanks very much. 73, Tom
Date: Wednesday, 11 July 2012 16:06:26 UTC
From: DAVID DOLLING (G0FVH)
I will be shortly moving from my 1st floor flat, to a bungalow, your stealth operation article, has already enabled me to work the world, on a covert piece of wire with a few watts,and has given me lots of ideas, for attic and stealth antennas at my new QTH, many thanks Julian.
Date: Wednesday, 11 July 2012 11:09:18 UTC
From: Ezio (IZ2SGZ)
Hi, very interesting info about stealth antenna... until now in Italy we don't have such problems, but in the future....