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Yaesu SCU-23 Camera/Mic Ext Cable for FTM400DR & MH-85A11UMic
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Morse Code Operating for Amateur Radio
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Morse Code Operating for Amateur Radio

Morse Code Operating for Amateur Radio

Don’t Just Learn Morse Code, Master It!

Tune in to the low end of any HF band, and you’ll find it populated with ham radio operators using Morse code for casual conversations, chasing DX or fast paced contests. They enjoy practicing a skill that they worked hard to obtain–a skill not everyone has. You can learn that skill too. If you are new to Amateur Radio or high frequency (HF) operation, or even if you’ve been operating HF phone and RTTY but were reluctant to try learning and using Morse code, this book is especially for you.

Morse Code Operating for Amateur Radio is your introduction into the fascinating world of radio communication by Morse code, now simply called “CW”. It discusses how to get started in the hobby, the advantages to learning and using Morse code, how to set up your station for CW and how to adjust your Morse code key. Learn the protocols and techniques unique to CW operating and gain the confidence to try out your new skills on the air!

    Includes:
  • Why CW?
  • Learning Basic Morse
  • How to Operate CW
  • How to Set Up a CW Station
  • More Fun with CW
  • Morse and Radio: A Long History
  • CW Today
Rob Brownstein, K6RB and Jim Talens, N3JT
  • 978-0-87259-002-4
  • 0004

    Product Details
    Softcover: 80 pages
    Publisher: The American Radio Relay League, Inc.; First Edition/First Printing (March 2013)
    Language: English
    ISBN: 978-0-87259-002-4
    Product Dimensions: 6 x 9 inches
    Shipping Weight: .25 pounds

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