Date: Tuesday, 08 October 2013 10:09:05 UTC
From: Colin (DD5CF/G1ZOS)
Hi Julian, just wanted to let you know I have been using your Wonder loop design for a couple of years now and have now crossed the pond with it, running the UQRSS 1 with 200mW on WSPR.
2013-10-08 01:20 DD5CF 10.140148 -24
-1 JO30nq 0.2 W3HH EL89vb 7508 Kms.
Vy 73 Colin
Date: Saturday, 05 October 2013 11:11:17 UTC
I just started HAM radio and I read your reviews which really helped me a lot. And then I read about your health condition.
I hope you get better. I pray for you.
Date: Wednesday, 02 October 2013 21:52:31 UTC
From: peter (G3OJV)
Hi Julian, am thinking of you. You are in my daily prayers for you. Peter
Date: Sunday, 22 September 2013 17:24:47 UTC
From: john bidgood (SWL)
thinking of you and olga regards john
Date: Friday, 13 September 2013 21:43:49 UTC
From: Nicolaus Sallay (PP8DA)
Home page: http://QRZ.com/PP8DA
Hi Juian,I´m replieing this way because I´m uneable to enter the blog.Last News are bad,hope the doc´s will find a way to solve the tumor´s increase and put you feeling better as soon as possible,will check frequently for better News,Keep well, Vy73´s de Nick-PP8DA
Date: Wednesday, 11 September 2013 09:32:16 UTC
From: Stuart (G4WCP)
Have heard you on WSPR , Just bought one of the keyers you use for your ft817 , also gotta a 817., waiting delivery .really enjoy reading your web page , as a keen dig , qrp op
Best wishes Stu
Date: Monday, 09 September 2013 03:08:19 UTC
I read and loved your article about the QFH antenna for the weather satellite band. I wish to do a replica of that, but since I'm quite newbie and dummy about RF and antennas, I have some trouble understanding your instruction :-(
Can you explain better, maybe a tutorial and some good pictures about how to connect the coax cable loops?
Thank you very much!
Date: Friday, 06 September 2013 23:00:20 UTC
From: SeanM (-ONE- YET)
Home page: http://pegnsean.net
Wow! I am hopefully about to get my Tech and General licenses and was very discouraged about my environment for an antenna. No actual restrictions, but small lot and not much backyard (all pool) Your article on stealth antennas opened my eyes. THANKS!!
Date: Saturday, 17 August 2013 01:08:54 UTC
From: Nicolaus Sallay (PP8DA)
hi dear OM Julian,hope you are well,from time to time I check your blog
to see if you are doing well,summer time is fine for you,enjoy your self,best 73´s de Nick PP8DA
Date: Friday, 09 August 2013 12:22:51 UTC
From: Bruce (ZS6BK)
Hello Julian, I am still a regular visitor. Enjoy your Blog, keep up the good work. 73 de Bruce
Date: Saturday, 27 July 2013 10:00:12 UTC
From: Philip (G0ISW)
Home page: http://www.qsl.net/g0isw
Julian, still the best Amateur Radio blog I have found. Well done. Almost everything you experiment with I have an interest in too. 73 de Philip in Penrith
Date: Sunday, 21 July 2013 18:16:05 UTC
From: Jim Zimmerman (N6KZ)
Just bought a 20-Meter MFJ Cub kit. Plan to use mine on SOTA trips to local mountain peaks. Enjoyed your article and found it quite useful in putting my transceiver together. Thanks and 73 for the "assist" and hope to hear you on the bands.
Date: Monday, 08 July 2013 11:10:46 UTC
From: Christopher Platt (VK5CP)
Nice site, I bought a KX3 whilst at Dayton this year and am now waiting for my Alexloop to arrive. Hope it works as well as your has. 73 de Chris
Date: Monday, 08 July 2013 02:28:04 UTC
hi julian hope all ok with you and olga
am now on myshack website.tried to set up a google website but found it to difficult.still veiwing your web on a regular basis as so many thinks to look at.regards john