Saturday, May 21, 2011

International Morse Code: Lesson 10

Here is lesson 10 covering the number 6, the comma (,), the slash (/), and the question mark (?).

Random Run:

? . , / 6 M P Q B V G A E T I ? , . / J 9 3 6 2 L ? ? / . , 1 6 B Q Z X X . . ? C 


As always, please leave any comments, questions, or suggestions in the comments box.  Thanks!

73,
Andy
KE4GKP

7 comments:

  1. At times I didn't think I would get this far. I am still finding it hard to listen to fast code. But without these wonderful lessons I wouldn't have made it through the entire alphabet. And the numbers and punctuation were undreamt of. So thank you very much!

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    1. thank you for morse code if you could make the reviews shorter

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  2. Hi Andy,

    I first learned Morse Code over the weekend while in the Boy Scouts, which was sent by flag a ~6wps tops. Sending by key is much faster.
    I recommend your lessons 1-11 until reasonable proficiency is achieved, Then go to Morse Code Trannslator.com where both the sending speed and sending interval speed can be set. I recommend 23 wpm with ~4 seconds between characters, then gradually shorten these interval speeds. This is a great site.

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  3. THANK GOD WE HAVE HAMS LIKE YOU WHO ARE DOING SO MUCH FOR HAM RADIO.I AM DOING MUCH BETTER ON THE CODE THANKS TO YOU.73S RAY

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  4. jimluster@cox.net KA5CDO: been silent for years. Question. Are the Novice and Technician the same license today? tks

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