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



14 comments:

  1. Thanks for this program. I am almost 85, American Morse User, and trying to learn Int. Morse to keep my mind fresh..
    73

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  2. Thank you, Andy, and good luck to the anonymous user from Aug. 3 2013.

    K

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  3. Thanks for the best Morse Code course I could find on Internet ) Easy to remember all the letters and numbers)) TKS

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  4. Thanks for the best course on Morse code available. Thanks for keeping it free. Passing the karma. 73 KM4FXK

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  5. The BEST yet, Andy. Thanks.
    JP

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  6. Fantastic! 20 minutes + 20 minutes + 20 minutes + 20 minutes + ...

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  7. Hi Andy great course so far, I am getting some audio distortion from lesson 4 do you have another location where I can access these lessons, I would really like to keep going as its really working and I am actually learning CW. A huge thank you from Gary (M0GYY)

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    1. youtube they are there gary

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  8. Great course. Thanks for putting this together.

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  10. great job andy from a guy studying to become a cw only operator 73 de N0NEE

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  11. Hi, Andy Im wondering if its alright to write the letter and the code under it at the top of the page to refer to when doing a random run. Awesome Course! Thanks

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  13. Oh. This is getting hard. I'm afraig of 'w' now. 73!
    P. S. LOL

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