•  Transmitting practice — Send Morse Code with the Mouse Button
     
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Use the "Key" button to send Morse code. QRS/QRQ buttons change the speed the decoder expects to decode, Clear removes the decoded text.
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  •  Straight Key hand sending technique as approved by professionals. using Junker cw key
     
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This is how i was tought to send morsecode, by my tutor who was operator in the german navy, but also merchant navy professional for most of his work life. Resting the ellbow, and using the wrist help avoiding "tennis arm" issues (glass fist?) and aid in generating better readable code, also and especially during long telegrams.
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  •  BUGKEY ADJUSTMENT AND SENDING TECHNIQUE
     
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Demonstration of setting up and operating a semi automatic Vibroplex "Bug" key.This is a 1994 model original deluxe Nr 70729.The main leaf spring has been replaced by one of a better quality.Vibroplex make the mistake of chrome plating the springs on modern keys thus making them difficult to use and you can't get long dot strings
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  •  Morse Code Abbreviations
     
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Morse code abbreviations differ from prosigns for Morse code in that they observe normal interletter spacing; that is, they are not "run together" the way prosigns are. From 1845 until well into the second half of the 20th century, commercial telegraphic code books were used to shorten telegrams, e.g. "Pascoela = Natives have plundered everything from the wreck".
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  •  HamWhisperer
     
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  •  HamWhisperer (http://www.hamwhisperer.com)  (22 clicks)
I hope you enjoyed the course and have gained a basic capability in Morse Code! If you have any comments, suggestions, or questions, please feel free to leave them in the comments box! Thanks!
0 commentsWebsite submitted by KM4PNO » Sun Nov 01, 2015 3:42 pm
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