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Date: Friday, 01 March 2019 12:15:37 UTC
From: John, Cornwall
Not a radio ham. Learning morse code for the exercise, and it is proving strenuous. G4IlO's MorseGen is proving invaluable in getting me on. Thanks for leaving it available. One small tip: to get it to save the practice files, I've copied the lame and morsegen application files to a Desktop folder and used that to make a taskbar shortcut, not the original installation - though that is staying in situ. For some reason, it won't save them on this computer in the installed Program(x86) location. Working perfectly in Windows 7.

Date: Monday, 18 February 2019 13:59:11 UTC
From: Brian (M0YBM)
very informative site and a worthy tribute, thanks for providing continuing access.

Date: Monday, 28 January 2019 11:40:42 UTC
From: Phil Catterall (G4OBK)
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Just stopping by to remember Julian G4ILO (SK) and his work in creating the WOTA Wainwrights On The Air almost 10 years ago, in March 2009. The website and tools Julian crafted is now in the care of Mark M0NOM and a management team. The WOTA Program has given great pleasure to many fellwalking radio amateurs and is something for which Julian's work in creating it continues to be appreciated years after his passing.
73 de Phil G4OBK

Date: Tuesday, 22 January 2019 12:32:03 UTC
From: Vytenis (LY2KZ)
Sad to hear Julian is SK. I think current solar data part of WebProp does not work because NOAA changed WWV.txt values location. Can someone fix that?

Date: Thursday, 17 January 2019 02:18:39 UTC
From: Rich (AA1IB)
Thanks for info on the MFJ mag loop for Apartment use. Very Helpful. 73's

Date: Thursday, 27 December 2018 04:39:16 UTC
From: Richard (KN4FRP)
Thanks to whomever is keeping this site online. An excellent resource.

Date: Friday, 07 December 2018 00:54:14 UTC
From: SREE (VU2OB)
Very informative page for all. de vu2ob

Date: Saturday, 10 November 2018 22:12:40 UTC
From: .Michael (KM4ZQI)
Hello from across the pond! What led me to your site was researching Sat antennas. Great read and thanks for writing about it. Really great info.

Date: Tuesday, 06 November 2018 21:11:18 UTC
From: Kevin (2E0KLA)
I have lost track of the number of times I have ended up on your site. Its always been informative, helpful and encouraging. Tidy and simple a website I have comes across.

My heart sank when for the first time I stummbled across the fact you are silent key.

By sharing you remain an influence on us all through your website.

Thank you.

Date: Wednesday, 24 October 2018 02:51:32 UTC
From: Danny (K2DNY)
Thanks for the info on your page. I just got a 817 from a friend and it has been frustrating not getting it to tune any stations. It came with a small loop antenna from WonderWand. I know I will have more success with better antennas. All the best to you.

Date: Monday, 22 October 2018 14:08:33 UTC
From: Allan (WA9IRS)
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Thank you sincerely for the many items for pondering. I am an old operator trying to brush up my morse skill set after many years and your programs in Morse look like just the ticket to get me back into the game! Many thanks OM!
73,72, WA9IRS

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Date: Sunday, 23 September 2018 10:05:34 UTC
From: Paul (MM3PTS)
It's sad that Julian is now SK .Visited this site a few times over the years and enjoy reading his reviews ect and appreciate the time he took to do all this . He'll be missed in our hobby that's for sure .

Date: Tuesday, 18 September 2018 13:00:33 UTC
From: Giovanni (IW5EHO)
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Dear G4ILO, even if you are no linger with us reading trough your web site is an incredible motivation to continue with this hobby.

Thank you for all you have left to us.


Date: Wednesday, 22 August 2018 13:27:46 UTC
From: dave c (GW0NVF)
hi mate i am a newly returned amateur after 35 yrs been using your morse tutor and its one of the best back up to 12 wpm bit more to do yet will settle for 15 this programme not given enough praise many thanks dave c

Date: Wednesday, 08 August 2018 17:56:40 UTC
From: Andrew (KI7ZRT)
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I am a new ham about 30 days with a General Ticket. I have read and reread your site about the magnetic loop antenna. Got book 'Magnetic Loop Antenna (Aldrich Burger & Marek Dvorak) from ARRL. I am considering a two coil loop using the same coax you used for yours using a Hoola Hoop. Design for 40 meters and 7.00 to 7.125 MHz low power QRP (expect I'll pass Amateur Extra).

Before I start I am wondering what is your take on what I will be building and especially if you are aware of any pitfalls that may come my way.


Date: Wednesday, 01 August 2018 13:34:16 UTC
From: Dave Marzetti (VE3SLM)
I have seen your posts on the APRSIS forum and tripped over your site from your review of eQSL. Interesting reading and I particularly agree with your Linux eval. I was thinking of trying Linux upon urging from a fellow employee who is also a Ham and about 30 years younger than I am. I quickly realized that the learning curve to use Linux was not worth the effort for Ham Radio use.
Great site!

Date: Saturday, 30 June 2018 23:41:32 UTC
From: Clyde Reed (WB6HLS)
Hi Julian,

Been looking for stealth antenna information and your website seems to be the most inclusive. Planning to install a loop antenna around the perimeter of my two car garage and feed it with ladder line connected to a manual tuner in my shack, just on the other side of the common wall.

Power: plan to use a used Kenwood transceiver, 100 watts maximum, 20 watts minimum. No sleeping rooms on that side of the house, just my shack and my wife's studio in an adjacent one-time bedroom. How could I buffer the signal to lower the output to the antenna?

Since the common wall is considered a firewall, I have researched the web and found a possible feed through sleeve filled with itumescent putty. Will skip details here, more research needed.

Any comments

Date: Saturday, 19 May 2018 18:22:33 UTC
From: Andy Hall (M6TKT)
Hi Julian,
What a great website! Lots of thought provoking insights into stealth antennas, I'm looking at attic aerial ideas myself.
Am staying up near Bassenthwaite for the week and was doing a quick search for any radio/electronics shops nearby when I came across your site.
Brought a wee handie with me so perhaps I'll catch you on VHF if I get high enough.
Andy M6TKT

Date: Wednesday, 16 May 2018 17:21:35 UTC
From: Justin Lindars (2EOJVL)
Thank you for creating such a fantastic web page. Very informative and useful!
I’ve just started out on the wspr route and neeef all the help i can get.

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