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Date:

11/24/2018

Guest:

11 (Reference ID: 2217094)

Name:

Peter Hender

Email Address:

peterhender@comcast.net

Location:

New Jersey

Call Sign:

N2PH

Comments:

Enjoy reading your webpage.

 

 

 

Date:

11/22/2018

Guest:

12 (Reference ID: 2217088)

Name:

Andy

Email Address:

aaherbauc@hotmail.com

Location:

West Virginia

Call Sign:

KE8GCI

Comments:

I came across your site while searching QRP kits and info, I am in the process of learning CW, I think your site will be a big help. Thanks. 73

 

 

 

Date:

11/22/2018

Guest:

13 (Reference ID: 2217081)

Name:

Barry

Email Address:

None

Location:

Michigan

Call Sign:

WB9SFK

Comments:

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Date:

11/19/2018

Guest:

14 (Reference ID: 2217059)

Name:

Bob Daney, Jr

Email Address:

bobdaney48@gmail.com

Location:

Coldwater, MI

Call Sign:

WD8LIC

Comments:

I just discovered your web page. Wonderful. I do CW QRP too!

 

 

 

Date:

11/15/2018

Guest:

15 (Reference ID: 2217024)

Name:

Dan Hart

Email Address:

Kw4ma@yahoo.com

Location:

Homosassa florida

Call Sign:

KW4MA

Comments:

Hey John. Good to see you still at it!
73
Dan
Ex KE3WH

 

 

 

Date:

11/15/2018

Guest:

16 (Reference ID: 2217015)

Name:

Ken Gairson

Email Address:

ionospheref2@gmail.com

Location:

QTH Spokane

Call Sign:

W7AHX

Comments:

I have been trying to learn CW off and on for about two years now, I improve a little each week. I have been using LCWO, I have my settings at 20 wpm with actual speed set at 5 wpm. CW has always been something that I have always wanted to learn. I am not the sharpest knife in the kitchen. I did not think I could pass the Tech exam, but I did, did not think I could pass the General exam, but I did, did not think I was able to pass the Amateur Extra exam, but I did. Now When I can learn to copy at 15 to 18 wpm I then can say I am a Ham Radio operator.

Thank you all that promote Cw operation, and the kind support all CW operators have given me in my journey.

So if you here me on the air struggling along, you can just grin and know it is the guy that said he could not, but he keeps trying, and know some day I will become a Ham Radio operator. --... ...--

 

 

 

Date:

11/08/2018

Guest:

17 (Reference ID: 2216965)

Name:

Charles Vinson

Email Address:

imagesbycharles@yahoo.com

Location:

Chula Vista, CA

Call Sign:

KF6FJU

Comments:

I look forward to reading your website. Thank you.
Chuck

 

 

 

Date:

11/01/2018

Guest:

18 (Reference ID: 2216921)

Name:

Dave

Email Address:

tubetone74@gmail.com

Location:

SC

Call Sign:

KR4HH

Comments:

Fantastic site! After about 20 yrs away from amateur radio I'm going to jump back in. My proudest moments are when I made CW QSO's. Those QSL cards are treasures now. I used Code Quick to learn CW and was able to pass the 13 WPM test. I'm brushing up now. It's coming back, but nowhere close to where I was before dropping out. 73

 

 

 

Date:

10/20/2018

Guest:

19 (Reference ID: 2216826)

Name:

Uaychai Poowarat

Email Address:

hawpoo@gmail.com

Location:

Phuket Island Thailand

Call Sign:

HS8HEX

Comments:

very nice site

 

 

 

Date:

10/16/2018

Guest:

20 (Reference ID: 2216805)

Name:

Dennis Reagin

Email Address:

dreagin@q.com

Location:

Vail,Az

Call Sign:

W7KB

Comments:

Thanks,John for the information provided from your logbook qso's.Your perseverance and dedication to this great hobby is testament to the fact that contacts can be made over a long term basis,regardless of our position in solar cycle propagation.

 

 

 

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