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


24 comments:

  1. Enjoying these lessons. I appreciate your teaching method.

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  2. This is great. The sheet of printer paper i'm using looks like the scrawlings of a complete madman!!!

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  3. Good stuff. Relly loving it. Thanks a lot and...
    ... well, 73 :-)

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  4. Your a gifted teacher :) thank u

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  5. Awesome teacher.. Just loving it :)

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  6. How many people use morse code these days? I am enjoying this.

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    1. A lot of my friends do NOW. Mostly for random crazy reasons like 'My favorite character from Percy Jackson knows Morse Code!!! SO I MUST LEARN IT." And that is the reason IM doing it. Also, because it can be used to communicate in limited emergencies and stuff. Ah well... You?

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  7. Oh my Glob, massive thanks to whoever teaches and makes all these lessons!! Andy, you have done well... AWESOME SAUCE

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  8. Hi Andy, Just a quick note of thanks for sharing your time and talent with us. I am using these lessons as a refresher. I really enjoy your teaching style and the use of reinforcement on each consecutive lesson. I was wondering if you had more drills at each level other than the final check. I would like to do more reps of the end of lesson type drills. Just my 2 cents. Thanks again and keep up the great work.

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  9. Hey, well done. I am learning Morse code for fun and these easy to learn lessons do just that, make it fun. Thanks alot!

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  10. your teaching method is terrific!
    Thanks

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  11. I love your teaching method! When I was a little girl, my dad had a ham radio that he used to talk to whomever whenever we were on those long road trips. I remember someone telling me that they had to have a special license to have a ham radio. I even remember his ham radio number: WD0ESG...Now thinking back tonight, I remember hearing random beeps and boops--I guess that must have been a Morse code signal for any of the other ham radio numbers....I can almost figure out the Morse for his ham radio number...I am only on lesson 3, but yes, it is coming together! I suppose the license you have to obtain to get a ham radio is the standard formal Morse code test, isn't it?

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    1. Actually, you can get a license without the Morse code test now! :)

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  12. so far did 3 lessons...too good must say

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  14. So far so good, everything a 100% correct after te first try.
    3 days in, tomorrow the next lesson.
    What speed do you use btw. cause i hear* a paddle if i'm not mistaken.

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  16. re-learning the code after 26years since my 13wpm test. Thanks working thru it well thanks for the free course!

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  17. I tested several methods of learning but I never as quickly evolved as with this one ... thank you!

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  18. Been looking for a good way to learn code. I think I found it.

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