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Morse Channel Resources
OARC has a Morse channel on the Discord server that aims to help members learn Morse Code so they can operate CW on amateur radio. This page catalogues some of the resources we are using, anyone is welcome to add more or expand this page, it is a wiki after all.
We are mostly following the CW Ops syllabus. A pdf version can be found here. We are all (trying) to practice for 30 minutes per day, then we meet twice per week (currently Monday and Thursday) to consolidate our learning, get some keying and copying practice and talk about morse and kit. See the discord channel for more details.
There are lots of software tools out there to help, we've listed some that we've used below
|CW Ops Morse Code Trainer||Learn Morse Code (CW) Online!||Web||link|
|Learn CW Online||Online trainer for CW Ops learning||Web||link|
|Morse Machine||This app teaches you to 'receive' Morse code. It starts with two letters and automatically adds more when it understands that you are ready.||iOS, Android||Google Play (69p)|
|Morse Resource||Daily quotes in Morse Code||Web||link|
|Morsle||Daily Morse code challenge||Web||link|
|Morserino-32||Self contained battery powered keyer, CW decoder and practice aid. Has LORA and WiFi capability||Morserino-32||Great for head copy and keying practice anywhere. Let's you plug in a straight key or paddle.|
|Funtronics K3NG Keyer||An open source Arduino based CW (Morse Code) keyer with a lot of features and flexibility||K3NG Keyer|
|K1EL WinKeyer||WinKeyer is a low-cost full featured external Morse keyer capable of being fully controlled via a USB interface||K1EL WinKeyer||Needs new UK Vendor|
Morse Chat Online
- Morse Code Mnemonics - On Wikipedia