The best way to learn Morse code.

Started by gil, February 28, 2013, 07:44:24 pm

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Rescue9

I'm hanging. I've setup my system to listen more when I'm just hanging around the house. I figure if I can hear letters as they're meant to be, then eventually it will be easier to put them together. I haven't tried sending much yet, but that will come very shortly.

I love the Morse Toad and Morse Machine apps. Just wish the devs would open-source them so I could add a few new settings and such.

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cockpitbob

You probably know that, the way the brain works, sending much easier than copying.  Lots of CW beginners will get on the air and send at the fastest speed they are comfortable with, then when a ham replies at that same speed they can't copy it  ::)

Rescue9



Quote from: cockpitbob on April 28, 2017, 04:52:33 pm
and send at the fastest speed they are comfortable with, then when a ham replies at that same speed they can't copy it  ::)


And then they get discouraged.... Like myself.  My computer got shipped back to factory for RMA so I get to spend more time this week on CW. I'll update the online post when I get on.

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