## Wednesday, April 20, 2011

### International Morse Code: Lesson 5

And here is lesson 5!  This lesson covers the letters V, U, G, and the number 8.

Random Run:
M N G V U G W U G 8 8 A N M K I U V W 5 G G W R E K O 8 2 U G K V N M A S T 5 2 8 I U G V W D

Have fun!  As always, please feel free to leave any suggestions,  comments, or questions in the comment box.

73,
Andy
KE4GKP

## Friday, April 8, 2011

### International Morse Code: Lesson 4

Here is the 4th lesson in the International Morse Code course.  This lesson covers the letters K, D, W, and the number 2.

Random Run:
(The letter "O" is expresses in lower case "o" to differentiate from zero)

S E R T I o K D W M N A S S 5 K K W D I 0 2 K D W M A 1 K W D I N E T T 0 K W D 2

As always, if you have any comments, suggestions, or questions, please feel free to leave them in the comments box.

73,
Andy
KE4GKP

## Thursday, April 7, 2011

### International Morse Code: Lesson 3

Here is the 3rd lesson in the International Morse Code Course!  This lesson covers the letters S, O, R, and the number 1.  If you are feeling comfortable with what you've learned so far, it is time to move on to the next lesson.  You should be able to copy the majority of the run sequences, only missing a few letters.  Do not be worried about going back to previous lessons to review the letters.

Lesson 3 Random Run
(To help distinguish between '"O"s and zeros, for the random run sequences, the letter "O" will be in lower case, "o")

R o S M A N T E I 0 T M S 5 R 1 A N T I o S 1 1 5 E R T N A S M N I 1 R S E T I 5 M o R S E

As always, be sure to leave any suggestions, comments, or questions in the comments box.  Thanks!

73,
Andy
KE4GKP

## Wednesday, April 6, 2011

### International Morse Code: Lesson 2

Here is lesson 2!  In this lesson we cover the letters M, A, N, and the number 0.  Be sure to copy down all the code you hear in the lessons!  If you have trouble with a letter, don't hesitate to skip it and move on to the next letter.  You can miss a lot of letters trying to remember the one letter you forgot.  Also, don't hesitate to go back and review lessons with letters you have trouble with.  The goal is to commit the code to your long term memory.  You need to gauge your own learning style to determine how much you need to review.  Do not expect to pick up everything presented in a lesson just from one listening.

The lesson 2 Random Run:

N A M T I E 5 M 0 T E E A N M I T A M N A T E I M 0 5 I 0 M N A A M E N M I A M E 0

Until lesson 3...

73,
Andy
KE4GKP

## Tuesday, April 5, 2011

### International Morse Code: Lesson 1

This is the first lesson of 11 in the International Morse Code Course!  This lesson covers the letters E, T, I, and the number 5.

The random run sequence for this lesson is:

T I E 5 5 I I T E E T T T 5 E I 5 T I I 5 E T T T I T 5 E E

If you have any suggestions, comments, or questions, please feel free to leave them in the comments box!

Thanks and 73!
Andy
KE4GKP