Date: Monday, 16 January 2012 19:39:33 UTC
From: Tony (HA5AQ)
There is my problem too, http://www.sec.noaa.gov/ftpdir/latest/wwv.txt : invalid format, it does not work. Update failed :-( 73 dx Tony, HA5AQ
Date: Monday, 16 January 2012 19:32:22 UTC
From: Guido (ON4BAG)
VERY useful site , thanks for GREAT contribution in various topics.
I just playing around with OPERA and had RX from your station today on 80m (19h20)
Keep up the good work !
73 from Belgium
Date: Sunday, 15 January 2012 00:47:24 UTC
From: Lionel (N5LB)
You have a very interesting site. Thank you for the material posted.
Date: Saturday, 14 January 2012 06:41:48 UTC
From: Rick Tannehill (W7RT)
Thanks so much for developing VOAPROP. I've used it for years. However, I noticed that after Dec. 12th, it wouldn't do automatic updates from WWV. Tried uninstalling and reinstalling the program on my computer (Win XP) but still won't update. Did WWV change anything in their format on Dec. 12th?
Date: Friday, 13 January 2012 17:41:02 UTC
From: Raymond (AE7OM)
I got my license about 6 months ago and have just started to learn enough that I knew when I stumbled into VOAProg, I had found a jewel. Thank you so much for sharing your hard work.
I'm very sorry to hear about your illness. My best wishes to you in beating the horrible disease.
Happy New Year & 73,
Date: Tuesday, 03 January 2012 16:56:09 UTC
From: Ralph Beamish (VE4BX)
Home page: http://www.mts.net/~beamish/
1632 -24 -0.2 28.126189 -1 G4ILO IO84 30
1642 -26 -0.1 28.126178 -1 G4ILO IO84 30
1652 -24 -0.2 28.126171 0 G4ILO IO84 30
1 stealthy watt is being heard here in central Canada. Wspr is a wonderful mode.
May God richly bless you and your family.
Date: Monday, 02 January 2012 04:28:48 UTC
From: John (W1JMC)
Starting to convert my old reliable UIView32 station to APRSIS32 for VHF/HF APRS. Thanks for your contribution to my understanding of APRSIS32.
For HF, I use either a old G5RV or newer OCFD hanging about 40ft up in trees.
I sometimes get G stations here on HF.
All the Best,
Boston Massachusetts."Urbi et Orbi"
Date: Sunday, 25 December 2011 05:37:36 UTC
From: Mike Meadows (GW4GUG)
Thank you for writing VOAPROP.
It is very impressive.
I have been active on all psk modes since March 2011.Having been QRT for many years.
It is a shame that a fair number of the Beacons are qrt. I can now see that, with the aid of your software, I can there is no path to the beacon at a given time and real time propagation is available on that path.
Not had opportunity, to use real time propagation prediction software before.
Just had to rely on graphs in Radcomm ! In the past !
I have manually edited all text files, that support software, as update links do not work. Your front end shell is much easier to use than ITSHF !
I hope you are in remission, with your health problem.73 and 88 to you and family for Xmas and 2012.
Mike GW4GUG AND YL JANET.
Date: Thursday, 22 December 2011 15:43:17 UTC
From: Hank Wolfla (K9LZJ)
Julian, have been enjoying Kcomm with my K3. Have everything running except being able to load my log into the software. I have tried using the MixW log file, and I just get to record 1. My log is big at 10,000 plus QSO'. Any suggestions? Hope you have a great holiday, and keep up the great work for amateur radio. 73, and be well. Hank K9LZJ
Date: Monday, 19 December 2011 00:07:40 UTC
From: Jim (G3ZPD)
Just a message to wish you and Olga all the best for the Festive Season. I continue to read your blog with interest and always find something of interest. I can imagine the treatment is tough. I go through the same cycle with my drugs and really look forward to the two weeks off when I can walk round Loweswater. Hope the 10M TX/RX is progressing.
Date: Friday, 16 December 2011 19:02:08 UTC
From: Selwyn Staples (ZS6SS)
Thank you for the WWV update
Compliments of the Season
Date: Friday, 16 December 2011 18:32:13 UTC
From: Richard Irwin (F1VFY)
Hi Julian. A nice page you have there. I am just setting up to work (stealthily)on HF firstly from my loft. Cabling is in place I need to choose antennas. In will probably start working 50Mhz,28Mhz and 14 Mhz.
A Tees-sider by birth, my family originaly from Hensingham. I used to be at Newby Bridge almost every weekend. I noa live in France. 73 Richard
Date: Tuesday, 22 November 2011 11:10:19 UTC
From: JOHN W HEPBURN (2E0SCO)
FOUND INFO VERY INTERESTING
Date: Monday, 21 November 2011 00:38:05 UTC
From: Paul (KB3USG)
Your article on the wonder loop has inspired me to try my hand at a loop antenna.
I've really not invested a whole lot into radio equipment yet since I am unable to really put up much in the way of antennas (I'm in a 5th floor apartment). I have a TH-F6A and I hope to give it bit better receive antenna with a loop.
I just wanted to thank you for making your articles available to everyone.
Thanks, and good luck to you.
Date: Saturday, 19 November 2011 12:32:37 UTC
From: Ken (M0KNT)
Hi. I read your comments on the K3 with much interest - very helpful. I built a K2 and was pleased with that but more from the kit building than use experience. I also read your tumour notes - that can't be easy for you or Olga. Thank you for sharing that with us. I'll be reading your blog. Ken
Date: Monday, 14 November 2011 20:30:18 UTC
From: james stancil
Help!I AM Looking for someone who might be interested in building a juma trx2 transciever for me. You have a great website, very informative
Date: Monday, 14 November 2011 19:24:49 UTC
From: SImon (M0SIY)
Just a quick note to say that I enjoyed your site very much and thanks to the info have set up wspr at home and am enjoying it lots!! Have favourited site for ease of access keep up the good work :)
Date: Monday, 14 November 2011 15:51:30 UTC
From: Nicolaus Sallay (PP8DA)
Home page: http://QRZ.com
Hello dear OM;I always drop by to read on how you are after quimeo and related treatments,be always happy to read that you are reasonably feeling well and hoping for a weebeeing inthe near future.Head´s up and all the best for you.regards Nicolau - PP8DA
Date: Tuesday, 08 November 2011 01:14:50 UTC
From: Frank (VK2AKG)
Home page: http://qrz.com/db/vk2akg
I came to your site looking for information re the XBM80 80m cw transceiver and ended up looking at all sorts of interesting things (links to your site should come with a warning ;-)
Well done. I shall return.
73 Frank vk2akg
Date: Tuesday, 11 October 2011 13:04:06 UTC
From: John (G0MTQ)
Just saw your blog today and wanted to send along my very best wishes to you and Olga. I have just taken retirement and if I can help with transportation or anything practical please don't hesitate to let me know. 73 - John (G0MTQ)Broughton Moor