Date: Friday, 05 September 2014 09:04:24 UTC
From: Cedric (F4GID)
Hi Julian. I'm a fellow ham from France. I've been reading your whole site for a few days. Lots of useful information ! I was particularly interested by your articles on stealth ham radio, since I leave in an apartement building. Anyway. Only yesterday evening did I discover about your cancer. I was shocked. I'm deeply sorry to hear that. You have done so much for the ham community, it will leave a mark. I wish you to be able to do contacts and other things you like doing for the longest possible time.
My thoughts are with you.
Date: Thursday, 04 September 2014 02:30:37 UTC
From: Nigel Bryer (VK3GY)
Home page: http://www.vk3gy.com
I am so very sad to hear of your declining health. My wife also has terminal brain tumour, so our thoughts and preys are with you and Olga.
Your technical & Radio blog I have referred to many times over the past years, especially on APRS. Your sharing of information and findings has been very much appreciated not only by me, but undoubtable by many other Amateurs around the world.
Keep fighting, our thoughts are with you always.
Date: Wednesday, 03 September 2014 11:36:23 UTC
From: Ray (KH2GUM)
Sorry about your health. Take care and best wishes from Guam
Date: Sunday, 24 August 2014 17:37:39 UTC
From: David Marion (WX4DM)
Sorry to hear about your declining health - my thoughts are with you and your family. I have always enjoyed your website and found lots of helpful information on there over the last couple of years.
David - WX4DM
Date: Thursday, 21 August 2014 21:43:55 UTC
I found your site while searching for information on ham radio. I'm glad to have found you!
Date: Wednesday, 20 August 2014 21:24:12 UTC
From: Brent (KJ6PEH)
Over the years, while searching online for radio info, I have been directed to your site. So I wanted to say thank you for all you have contributed to amateur radio.
Sorry to hear of the challenges you are facing. I wish the best for you and your family.
Date: Thursday, 14 August 2014 20:47:46 UTC
From: Geoff Haines (N1GY)
Home page: http://n1gy.com
I was very impressed with your evaluations of various QRP antennas as I have just purchased a FT-817ND and a Buddipole Deluxe antenna. I added a dual band 2/440 antennna to the top of the buddipole versa tee which you can see on my web site listed above. You have a good web site, keep up the good work.
Date: Friday, 08 August 2014 08:35:45 UTC
From: Philippe TROTTET (F5LTB)
Home page: http://www.qrz.com/db/F5LTB
I'm following you for years, and really appreciate your contribution to Ham, particularly the QRP community.
I wish you "beaucoup de courage" as we say in French and firmly hope you will win your fight to stay among us for decades.
Date: Tuesday, 05 August 2014 01:49:52 UTC
From: Randy Moore (AI4CO)
Thank you for your fantastic contribution to QRP. Your website has sparked my interest in operating QRP. So once again, thank you.
Date: Monday, 04 August 2014 03:22:31 UTC
From: dewaine gillie (VA1DWG)
hi thanks for helping others with their concerns it great to see that in humanity. now i download your usb sound card with the board and sound card glued on could you resend it please. 73 va1dwg
Date: Friday, 25 July 2014 12:09:15 UTC
From: Jim (N6MV)
You put together a very nice webpage re: stealth antennas,and couldn't agree more with you as to how effective the MFJ 1786 Hi Q loop works over 10-30MHz, but that's not the case for the MFJ 1788 that covers 7-21 MHz; for it's 3ft diameter is simply too small on 7MHz and its efficiency on 40 meters is less than 10%. For 40 meters, the loop diameter needs to be at least 5 ft in diameter -so you are not operating with a "wet noodle"- which is the case with the MFJ 1788 on 40 meters. Similar to you, I have found that a Hi Q Loop is by far the best antenna for those who have very little real estate. Hope you are doing well, and once again, you are to be commended for your very informative webpage.
73 Jim (N6MV)
Date: Sunday, 13 July 2014 13:17:53 UTC
From: Tristan (G7JRD)
Thank you for the website. Its has been most useful for getting back into the hobby after a long absence and when QRP and stealth will be required. Sorry to hear about your circumstances.
Date: Thursday, 10 July 2014 07:06:32 UTC
From: Allan (ZL1AML)
Home page: http://www.amateurradio.co.nz
What a wonderful website, Thank you very much for the effort you have put into your site for the benefit of us Radio Amateurs. As I am new to amateur radio it has been a great source of information and has answered a lot of my technical questions. As I explored your site, I become aware of your health issues and was taken by surprise ,it prompted me into dropping you a note to thank you personally, my prayers and thoughts are with you and Olga at this time,
73s Allan - ZL1AML
Date: Friday, 20 June 2014 11:42:21 UTC
From: Rolf Inge Andresen (LA5XFA)
Nice webside you have created! Interesting info about digimodes and other things. I have worked a little with D-Star and have installed a repeater LD8MM (UHF) and have also a Echolink aktive in 24 hours every day. It is easy to communicate when the antenna Daimon X-300 is in my garden! ;) I have also a Igate LA5XFA-10 active. OK...73´s .... de LA5XFA, Rolf (locator: JP66UV)
Date: Friday, 20 June 2014 07:19:11 UTC
From: Robert (KD5FEE)
Nice web site, thank you for the work you have done, best wishes.
Date: Wednesday, 04 June 2014 21:54:21 UTC
From: john (SWL(HX27UK))
Hi Julian sorry you are not feeling to good.my prays and thoughts are with you and Olga.
Here have gone semi covert one moonraker hf discone and comet gp i and antron 99 cb ant with top element changed
to 6foot whip just above the roof ridge.
the rest of my antennas are in the loft to your recomendations thanks for your help best wishes to you both regards john
Date: Thursday, 29 May 2014 02:55:21 UTC
From: thomas l scott (KC7CC)
www.japeth.de free win32api it runs all windows proggies, also DOS aps. a.k.a. HX. hx runs a GUI and HTTP TCP IP ... it is less than a mega byte. im 70 y.o. building a 80 foot sailboat .. 73's
Date: Monday, 12 May 2014 21:21:52 UTC
From: Tor Schofield (G1YYV)
I have been reading your comments on the saq sdr vlf rx, posted some years ago, which are most useful.
I have recently downloaded and installed an updated version but that isn't of any real consequence.
I have one question, I hope you may be able to help me with so I may get the rx working. You mention you should connect the antenna to the left input of the computer soundcard input. My computer has a single 3.5 mm audio in socket and I have a 3.5 mm cable and stereo plug, which has red, white and blue wires. Which wire should I connect the antenna to anf if I then plug into the audi input socket - will it work?
Any help would be much appreciated.
Holmsland Dune, Ringkøbing Fjord, Hvide Sande, Denmark.
Date: Tuesday, 29 April 2014 12:14:03 UTC
From: Boris Yakoffalot (RG58U)
QTH COCKerMOUTH, CUMbria? Haha - must be quite a place!
Date: Saturday, 26 April 2014 00:52:04 UTC
From: Paul Fleck (VE3HTF)
Great web site, lots of interesting information. I am visiting relatives in Workington from May 8th thru to May 22, and am bringing my ICOM 7000 and a Buddipole antenna. Hope to catch you on the air or an eyeball QSO! Heading to the Workington Ham club meeting when in town.