Also, please take a quick moment and answer my short survey
. This is separate from the guest-book below. The survey is something I need you to fill out so I can find out how to make this website even better than it is. I appreciate your time.
The guest book entries, newest to oldest:
Signed by DOV [4Z4DX] on 09-26-2004 at 08:58:55
Website 1: Mediterraneo DX Club
Website 2: 4Z4DX - DOV
I stopped by...AND ENJOY VERY MUCH 73 DE DOV
Signed by Howard C. Wilson on 09-03-2004 at 07:12:22
I've listened to shortwave for some time. I ran across this site about 1 year ago last january. I'm not in here all of the time. We spent most of ast year preparing the other house for sale, and moving. We also spend as much time on our motorcycle as we can, and like bluegrass music, and the bluegrass festivals. I find your site very informative, especially for someone like myself. I read Pop. Comm mag, and have for many years, and still have all of the mags.I also like citizenband radio. It's reallly nice to find the english broadcasts all in a row without having to go through a book. - Thanks - Howard
Signed by paul w. kudla sr. [VE3PWK] on 08-28-2004 at 13:54:31
have been using your site for a number of years and find it to be a excellent resource for HF propagation. you may be interested in checking out the following site which shows the Kr index that is calculated hourly. http://www.spaceweather.gc.ca/forecasting_e.shtml - this site covers conditions in canada by regions. check it out and see what you think. thanks again for access to your excellent web page. 73 - paul -ve3pwk
Signed by Samuel J. Smith (Jay) [WB5PUN] on 08-25-2004 at 20:35:54
I stopped by...And enjoyed visiting your web site. Especially the qrp stuff.
My first rig ever was a Ten Tec Argonaut 509. Thoroughly enjoyed using it. U have a nice station set up and ur antennas look well done. Hope to cu on 30 meters cw some time. Fist # 11022.
Best 73's OM. de WB5PUN, Jay.
Signed by William Fisher Sr. on 08-01-2004 at 16:12:03
Website: SCADS - Southern California Area DxerS
I stopped by...because I decided I would learn about solor flares and various other items that effect shortwave listening. From what I've seen of the sight it is very well put together. When I finish understanding what it's all about I will reacess my findings, but I'm sure they'll be just as favorable as now. Thank you for all the work you have put into this site. I'm sure I'll be reading for awhile. -- Bill Fisher/ Southern California Area DxerS
Signed by Sunil U K [VU2UKR] on 07-06-2004 at 07:01:58
Website: A Gateway to Amateur Radio - CQ India
Got linked from Google while searching for HF propagation conditions. Wow ! really a great stuff, real cream of information. Thanks a lot for putting up a page like this. Wishing u all the best, hope I come back again, I have bookmarked this page !
73 bye de Sunil [ vu2ukr New Delhi / India ]
Signed by Chris Bryant [G3WIE] on 05-29-2004 at 12:54:45
Great site. The WAP site is great also - now you can have lots of info literally in your hand when you're out in the field. Keep up the good work
Signed by SAM Zaidi [VE3XAP] on 11-11-2003 at 06:20:42
I stopped by...and what a pleasure it was to go through the absolutely superb site you have. Everything you want to know about space and solar conditions, while they are happening. My compliments for a neat, comprehensive and educational experience. This is a must visit site. Great job ...thanks. Sam
Signed by Richard [WB7NZG] on 06-10-2003 at 12:40:05
Thanks for a nice web site. It is great to see what you are doing in the great Pacific Northwest. I get homesick whenever I visit the PNW. The daily dose of sun here is nice but otherwise the PNW has it beat by a mile.
Signed by ERIC [S57LWE] on 06-06-2003 at 14:56:35
Website: S57LWE - Slovenia HAM Radio
I stopped by...to see you web side-nice side good job. I'm finde the many info. hire nice... visit my web side is new not very good but... All the best S57LWE Eric
Signed by Jose M Solanas [EA 3 AFK] on 05-03-2003 at 01:50:35
I stopped by...congratulations for your excellent web page wich is going to help us indeed and receive my best wishes to you and yours from near Barcelona (Spain)
Signed by greg voss,jr [KB7UCA] on 03-13-2003 at 15:28:20
I stopped by. Took your advice and i'd thought i would check out your website looks great cool graphics. Take care 73's sincerly, Greg
Signed by Daryl Rocker [N2QZY] on 03-11-2003 at 12:19:56
Website: Daryl's Shortwave Connection
I stopped by... Great site, Tom. I put a link to your site from mine. Please add me to yours.
Signed by Lee Finfrock [KA8HIA] on 02-06-2003 at 10:32:15
I am impressed with your page, and it has very much usefull info on it. I have been absent from hamming for the past 15 yrs, but kept my license current, and now that I am retired, and getting back into it in a specialty form. Have built much Heath-Kit equipment in the past, but now of course they being out of business, I have found another quality kit, and am now building an Elecraft K1 unit, as I am only going QRP, and CW. I find that your page has so much educational material, and sites available that I am spending much time. Keep up the good work, but don't see how you can get so much done without being retired Hi Hi! Luck To You - Lee :)
Signed by MARIUS MITRUT [YO3CZW] on 02-04-2003 at 18:53:21
I stopped by...HELLO FOR ROMANIA
Signed by Jim Metcalf [KC7JMK] on 01-10-2003 at 20:21:08
I stopped by...Impressive web site, good job. Loved your recent article in Pop. Comm. on Propagation. Well done
Signed by Yujin Boby [VU3PRX] on 01-08-2003 at 21:54:42
Website: 7 MHz SSB Transeiver
Hi, Nice site. Found on google. Keep it up. De, vu3prx
Signed by Rob Devlin [N4PJX] on 01-01-2003 at 07:34:22
Very useful site I am in Afghanistan and it is very helpful. Thanks for the site.. Rob
Signed by Kim Howg [N0FTP] on 09-28-2002 at 11:44:06
I stopped by to read your web site. I was in the 269th Sig company, 72nd sig bn. I worked in the AE1KP, Mars station in Karlshure Germany, 1977 to 1980.
Signed by Jim Nipper [K4PYT] on 09-14-2002 at 18:35:03
I have been a ham for 43 years, and an SWL for about 50 or more. Recently, I have longed for a site where you can enter a freq, and get a list of possible broadcasts that might be on that freq. Your site does just that. A real treat! My main interest in ham radio is working dx. I now have 333 confirmed out of the current 335 countries. But, I always go back and enjoy the swl'ing, just like I did many years ago. Keep up the good work! 73 de Jim K4PYT
Signed by Thomas W. Root [N1XZ] on 07-11-2002 at 03:08:14
I stopped by...As I've told you before, I could have used you in the 70's. A group of dedicated 80 Meter DXer's figured out a lot that is reflected in the data you provide, when plugged into many of the propagation programs (like wave angles at specicfic times, etc) Many of us did not believe in ON4** very simplistic (at that time) view to propagation...Then of course there is 160M, and the Near Resonance of the Geo-Magnetoshere. Only now do I hear a few Amateurs discuss the phenomena of
Signed by Paul Moratto [WPE5AVL] on 07-10-2002 at 21:21:08
Website: SWLcs - SHORT-WAVE LISTENER Call Search
Good luck with the new Shortwave.hfradio.org. Looks like something I will want to add a link for, and hope you will do the same if you think mine is of interest to your visitors:
SWLcs -- SHORT-WAVE LISTENER Call Search by Paul Moratto, WPE5AVL.
- Search - View - Download SWL Calls world-wide.
- Over 1,250 listings - all recognized organizations.
- Create - Send - Receive eQSLs free.
- Search Italian SWL & US Call books.
- Tons of links of special interest to the SWL.
Signed by Jim Beattie on 06-16-2002 at 12:02:03
1st Sig Bn, 7th Sig Bde. K town. OIC MARS for Bde at one time. Radio Systems Officer, 1st to put in SatCom for 1st Sig for REFORGER, 1981. Glad to see that your military training is being well used.
Signed by DAVID WANDERA MACHIO [DWM] on 05-09-2002 at 00:40:58
I stopped by this web. And oh man it is the bomb. I am an aeronautical comms officer based in jomokenyata intl. airport, kenya. Part of my duties include hf radio comm with aircraft in flight and on ground and other ground stations. I am also trained and skilled in morse code though it has been phased out as a means of communication in the aviation sector. Keep it up i especially enjoy the beautiful pictures...
Signed by Rei [DU1LWQ] on 03-22-2002 at 20:01:25
Website: Makiling Amateur Radio Society
Perhaps you should visit our website too. Our club is Makiling Amateur Radio Society. Mabuhay (long live!) and 73!
Signed by Brian on 03-18-2002 at 15:36:47
Have taken up dxing again after a break of 25 years and am using an Icom pcr1000. It is amazing to think that the last time i was dxing i had to read loads of magazines to get information and this time round i just have to go on the web to get all the info i need. Your site is excellent and i use the frequency look up facility all the time and it has not failed me so far. Well done
Signed by Ulis Fleming [K3LU] on 03-17-2002 at 20:12:28
Website: CUMBRE DX
Tomas, Outstanding web site! Your searchable freq db is very useful. Thanks for providing the service. - 73 Ulis - K3LU (ex: WB3LUI & TI5NW)
Signed by John Beaumont [G3NGD] on 03-13-2002 at 15:20:43
Website: A Hundred years of Amateur Radio
Very Interesting and a pleasure to observe
Signed by Ed Harris [KE4SKY] on 03-13-2002 at 11:28:57
Website: Virginia RACES
Please visit our website. All of our Virginia RACES training materials are available as free downloads to anyone for noncommercial, educational and public safety use. Local emergency managers and ARES or RACES officials may request a free CD by using the hotlink on the web site. The original PowerPoint modules are available to local emergency managers upon request so that they may be modified and adapted as necessary to include your state and local specific information.
Signed by Robin Banneville ['A-SWL'] on 03-05-2002 at 11:10:20
Hi. As a Shortwave Listener, I enjoy most aspects of radio. If I had to chose a favorite pass-time in radio however, it would most likely be Broadcast Band listening. I find the pages in 'hfradio.org' very useful as a quick reference. I also find them reasonably accurate and up-to-date, which given the speed at which things change in this hobby, is really quite amazing. I found this site by clicking on a link found on Reflections Europe ( a station which I discovered by accident and could not find in any other reference material that I have available ). An excelent site, keep up the good work. RAO Robin
Signed by Carla Ackley - Arizona Six Meters [KD7JGJ] on 02-24-2002 at 20:29:46
Website: KD7JGJ - Arizona Six Meters
Nice site chock full of info :) Stop by for the Six Meter Survey.
Signed by Ray Backus [KJ4SJ] on 02-11-2002 at 20:58:49
I stopped by... to check out this website. A friend told me about it. I am very interested in SWL and I want to say this is by far the best site I have seen. Keep up the good work I surely will support it..ray
Signed by Dan Warner [KB7HIN] on 02-09-2002 at 22:34:52
Website: EMBROIDERED HAM HATS
REALLY A NICE CLEAN EASY TO READ SITE. VERY VERY NICE, TO BAD THERE WASN'T MORES SITES OUT LIKE YOURS. 73 - Dan
Signed by Jamie Grant on 01-20-2002 at 13:42:03
I stopped by... to see this website. Your artical in the CQ amateur radio magazine was very interesting. I have been into amateur radio for about 10 years now, but never got my license. I have always had trouble writing tests. But propagation is very interesting and will definetly check out the rest of your site. Thanks, it is people like you that make it easy for people that have trouble understand things.. thank you...
Signed by Radiowave on 01-06-2002 at 06:46:08
I stopped by...To search frequency lists. A very professional looking site and easy to use. I've already recommended it to friends.
Signed by Greg [N3MVF] on 01-02-2002 at 18:47:17
I stopped by...love checking for band openings on propagation pages and dx pages!!!!
Signed by Jack Williams [WA7HNH] on 01-01-2002 at 09:34:55
I stopped by... This is impressive. I will do more looking later on. Thanks and I will add this to the links page on the intertie.
Signed by Terry Webb [N0TW] on 12-31-2001 at 07:16:14
Great site. I will check my logbook when I get home. Pretty sure we've worked on 10-10. My 10-x #36547. Glad to see you place such high values on raising your family. I share this belief. Your site is a tribute to Ham Radio. Congrats on all your efforts. 73 & God Bless.
Signed by Robert [LX1RQ] on 11-02-2001 at 07:59:55
Website 1: LX1RQ & family
Website 2: LX5A - THE LUXEMBOURG CONTEST GROUP
I just want to tell you, that you have a very intresting homepage and its well done. 73 - Robert - LX1RQ
Signed by MARK [AC5RN] on 11-01-2001 at 21:00:26
I have spent the last several days checking out your web site and all the various links and goodies. What a great collection! My hat is off to you for genuine promotion of our hobby in such a positive way. I have thoroughly enjoyed your site. Thank you! 73
Signed by Tom Bakewell [EX WB6HLR] on 10-04-2001 at 05:36:32
Great site, full of info and links. I worked as a geophysicist for many years, and still dabble when time permits
Signed by Lysle "Les" Elder [KG8SQ] on 09-03-2001 at 12:11:18
I stopped by... Labor Day for a visit. I received this website from a very good friend kb0p out of Minnesota. I'm very impressed and will spend some time going over your info in the future. 73s and God Bless - Les Elder - kg8sq
Signed by Jari Peltonen on 08-12-2001 at 09:03:25
Website: Jari Peltonen-website
Hi, Greetings from Finland.
Signed by Annonymous on 07-31-2001 at 09:55:35
I stopped by... after getting back into radio after very long absence; it's changed a little but still a lot of fun after 40 years. My first receiver was a Lafayette HE-30. It really kept me warm on those cold, New Jersey winter evenings.
You've got a great site here; thanks for sharing what you have with the rest of us!
Alain WPE2OLR (the old Newark, New Jersey Radio Club)
Signed by Asep Wawan K. [YC1HDF] on 07-30-2001 at 21:57:48
Greetings from Indonesia. It's nice to see your site,with alot of information, gl....73 de YC1HDF (Asep Wawan K )
Signed by Larry Fields [DU1/N6HPX] on 07-21-2001 at 11:59:55
I wanna thank you for your newsletter and mostly for putting me in it during my du1/ session .. Thanks, Larry, n6hpx/du1 - Valleyfield Submarine, Bacoor, Cavite, Philpippines
Signed by Fred Koudijzer [PA3FNG] on 07-20-2001 at 23:45:56
I use with great pleasure the alert-system. Congrats with your service!
Signed by craig jones [ZL2VCJ] on 07-06-2001 at 17:42:27
found you while looking for propogation reports. great site i will visit again...
Signed by Rich Alloway [N3WWN] on 06-07-2001 at 16:34:03
Website: November Three Whiskey Whiskey November
Great site! I signed up for your e-alerts a few days ago...VERY NICE! Thanks!
Signed by Bob Feuer [W0ZPE] on 04-24-2001 at 06:19:25
Website: HUNGRY HORSE RANCH
I use your site daily for propagation info. Tnx for a great site. A donation will be forthcoming. 73 de Bob
Signed by Rene [HB9LGA] on 04-09-2001 at 06:32:37
Website: Swiss Amateur Radio
I was looking for a decent way to find out when the bands are open to establish good contacts. I am impressed on the way you motivate the young people to familiarize with Ham Radio.
73 de Rene - HB9LGA
Signed by Peter L Norris [K1HZU] on 03-13-2001 at 07:22:35
I stopped by on a sugestion by a fellow ham. You have a tremendous amount of information here. Excellant site,a super amount of work. Thank you...
Thanks for all of the above comments and entries! See the past guestbook entries...