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Comment by David Firth M6TIU from Lee On The Solent (left on February 25, 2016)
Amazing website! Worth the effort, and should encourage others to attain the same professional standard. 73
Comment by Ralph GM4SQO from Ayr, Scotland (left on February 24, 2015)
As a regular on the Portsmouth Net I was pleased to read about Joe G3CNO. Well done on your new website.
73 de GM4SQO
Comment by Dave Chaplin G4YBO from Shedfield, Southampton, Hampshire (left on February 20, 2015)
Super site, well done, especially like the bit about G3CNO, as I use the Portsmouth net most mornings, on 7.117 that was started by Joe, it would be nice if one day you could call in using the call G3CNO on phone!
Best 73 Dave
Comment by Peter G4NKX from Hayling Is (left on February 19, 2015)
Great new site - Brighter and some interesting subject content - Thanks Mick/Ben.
Comment by Chris M6ZAU from Fleet (left on January 31, 2014)
It was to QSO on the 2m Net last night, and compliments on the website, very professional
Comment by Terry Wood G7VJJ from BH11 9JD (left on October 07, 2013)
Thanks for the QSO Saturday 05/10/2013 with Alan (M0CBG) 145.525. Very impressed with your website. 73\'s Terry G7VJJ.

Comment by Richard GW1JFV from nr. Haverfordwest (left on October 06, 2013)
Receiving your club station in West Wales this morning on 145.550 (R3-S1 with QSB).
73 to all
Richard - GW1JFV
Comment by Howard "Ted" Edwards GW4KFY from Near Llandudno, North Wales (left on September 22, 2013)
Very interesting article in PW Mag on your Field weekend.

Special greetings to G4XMJ whom I recognized as a former BBC Equipment Department colleague way back.
Greetings Geoff and congrats on a successful weekend there.
\"Ted\" Edwards GW4KFY

Comment by Edmund M0MNG (left on August 03, 2013)
Hello FPARC members and thank you for putting MX0GZN on the air at the end of July 2013. I was particularly pleased to work you on 2 meters FM, because I was using an antenna that was (1) homebrew (2) only a couple of meters above the ground and (3) not very good at all! I was pleasantly surprised that anybody could hear me at all actually!

I was also happy to be able to use the NoV to celebrate 100 years of the RSGB, meaning my callsign was MV0MNG at the time.

I have always been very impressed with FPARC ever since the beginning, when I read the article in Radcom two years ago. I cannot believe how quickly the time has gone by. The website looks very professional, and I have enjoyed
the Monday evening 2m SSB net on the two occasions that I have been able to take part.

I am glad the club is going from strength to strength and I hope to work MX0GZN again in the future, either on HF or VHF. 40 meters and 2 meters are my bands of choice!

Best 73
Edmund M0MNG
Comment by Mike G3SED from Nevada Portsmouth (left on July 21, 2013)
Hi Guys
great web site and fantastic looking club!

Just thought I would let you know we Have John Turner from ICOM UK at our showrooms next Wednesday 24th July 10am until 4PM demonstrating the NEW ICOM IC-7100 ( with 4m built in). It will be a good opportunity to meet John and to see the radio in action. Coffee and tea always available for Club members!!
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