Learning CW
2014-09-21 14:48
Hi have allways been interested in CW now i'm retired like to learn how to work it , what is the best direction to go in, and could i work Cw on hamsphere, sorry if all this obvious , but new to this
Tony
26HS7861
Re: Learning CW
2014-09-22 11:48
Hi Tony

Thanks for your interest shown in using the CW mode on Hamsphere.

You will find many articles in the "CW Forum" that will assist you in setting up and understanding how to operate CW.

Good luck and enjoy!!

Eric - 44HS852
Re: Learning CW
2015-02-03 16:32
Hi Tony
In my opinion, there are 3 rules to learn CW.
1- Loving the CW,
2- Practice,
3- And more practice.
73's
Mete
Re: Learning CW
2015-03-29 15:47
hi
this is a bg6szd station from china
I am a totally new to be a radio oprater.
I tried a software of Koch cw trainer .which just tell you to build a reflection of cw code ,gradually.
just search this, and try to listen ,more and more code can be friend of you
hi hi
73 de bg6szd


http://www.g4fon.net
koch cw trainer
Re: Learning CW
2016-02-22 15:30
You can try a french program CW player

http://www.f6dqm.fr/software.htm

Freeware to learn and train the Morse code. Needs a sound card and Windows OS (95 up to 8). The Morse message of page amateur radio has been generated with CW_PLAYER. CW_PLAYER includes automatic CW keying of the transmitter through serial and parallel ports or manual keying through the Joystick port. Good training. Click one of the small flags to know more about the numereous features of CW_PLAYER. Linux/Ubuntu users can run CW_Player through WINE 1.0.
A special menu will add some fun for our lovely kids.
A small utility software is provided to convert WAV files to MP3 files.

http://hamspheref0duw.blogspot.fr/

73 from FØDUW
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