One of the groups I’ve had the pleasure of working with in a few classes sent along their Morse Code training program. I think its a great resource and a heck of an enabler to have on your team. Getting started can be a pain, but these classes are well done and easy to follow.
Morse Code Class (links to youtube)
Here’s the companion handout and training guide: Learning Morse Code
And if you’re looking for training, make sure to check out the training calendar.
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The link to handout returns a 404 error
Thanks for the heads up, I’ll fix it.
The handout and training guide link no worky!
It should work now.
I have found that cw can get the message through when little else
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Brushbeater, thank you for good info once again.
If any of you are getting into CW take a look at the Straight Key Century Club – http://www.skccgroup.com. Membership is free and the group is active and full of elmers.
-73, Don KG5CMS.
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Nice to see this.
“Ahhhh! The bands are in the toilet!” Well, yeah; it’s called a solar cycle & lousy conditions can last for several years. If you’re truly a radio operator you need to know this. It works on more bands, with less power, and in more horrid conditions, than anything. (Yes, I know other digital modes are wonderful in terms of throughput, typing is simple, etc. They are also a great excuse for not getting your brain off the couch ’cause this isn’t that hard.) When the message simply has to get through.
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