morse code


morse code

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Ham Radio : Clubs : North America : USA : New York
  • W2LCW Long Island CW Club - Established in 2018, the Long Island CW Club aims to revitalize Morse Code (CW) usage among amateur radio operators. Despite the FCC's removal of CW as a licensing requirement, the club observes a growing interest in learning and mastering the code. Through online video conferencing, the club offers CW training classes catering to various skill levels, fostering a vibrant community of enthusiasts engaged in diverse ham radio activities worldwide.
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Software : Morse Code Training
  • MorsePractice - MorsePractice is a Java application originally written by Martin Minow (K6MAM) as an aid to learning Morse code. With morse practice you can select the digits you want the app to be transmitted. Additionally can be selected a random phrase, or random QSO.
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Technical Reference : Arduino : Morse Code
  • Arduino Iambic Keyer - The author recounts their journey in ham radio, including the initial experience with Morse code. Now retired, he has rekindled his interest in ham radio and CW. Here share his project of constructing an Iambic Keyer with Arduino. The project includes a memory keyer and speed adjustment. Additionally, the author provides resources for an Arduino enclosure available on Thingiverse, enhancing the project aesthetics and functionality.
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  • Build an Arduino CW Decoder - An Arduino-Based Solution for 5-35 WPM Signals. Explore the circuit, controls, and setup of this innovative device designed by Allen Baker (KG4JJH). Decode Morse code efficiently, providing a valuable tool for operators, from novices to veterans, and offering a hands-on experience with Arduino technology.
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  • KEYERduino low-cost Arduino project - A low-cost Arduino project expanding on the button tutorial, where three inputs act as "buttons" generating Morse code on a WOTDUINO. This keyer, costing around £4, offers learning potential and hints at more complex ham radio applications.
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  • A Simple Morse Code Project: The Tiny Keyer - In his journey to improve Morse code skills, the author developed a straightforward device named the Tiny Keyer using Arduino. Tailored for Morse code enthusiasts and ham radio operators, this project utilized the budget-friendly Arduino ATTiny 85 Kickstarter board. With straightforward setup procedures in the Arduino IDE, the Tiny Keyer's small size and low cost make it accessible for beginners and hobbyist clubs interested in Morse code exploration.
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Technical Reference : Audio
  • The CW Flea: Modern Morse Transmitter with Arduino - Reviving the spirit of early ham radio experimentation, the CW Flea is a contemporary Morse code transmitter. Utilizing an Arduino Nano, Si5351 clock generator, and innovative design, this open-source project offers simplicity, flexibility, and easy tuning for aspiring radio enthusiasts.
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Technical Reference : Morse Code Decoder
  • The CW Typewriter: A Morse Code to ASCII Converter - The CW typewriter is a compact adapter board that transforms Morse code into ASCII characters using an Iambic key. It connects to a computer via USB, emulating the keyboard. The device features inputs for Iambic keying and a WPM speed potentiometer, and outputs for a key and a speaker for side tone. The device can be used with various software and online typing games for practice, offering a unique and interactive way to learn and use Morse code.
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