hunting" helps develop CW operating skills. There are two
categories of Fox Hunt held twice weekly each
(The International Morse Preservation Society) Website
- The great book
by William Pierpont, N0HFF, "The Art and Skill of
Radio-Telegraphy" is available online. Subtitled "A Manual
For Learning, Using, Mastering And Enjoying The International Morse Code
As A Means Of Communication"
- Check this site
PA3BWK's Ultimate Morse Code Website, sponsored by Bencher.
- There is a thought provoking
CW From the Field: The Importance of Morse by the Book", by Dave Fischer, NC7W/W7FB in
the December 2000 issue of The ARS Sojourner, the online journal of
The Adventure Radio Society.
Wagoner, WB8FSV has a wonderful bunch of a web pages about radio, and ham radio in
particular. I really like his
Beginners Guide to Making CW contacts. It's a must read for any new Ham
interested in CW.
- Want to
learn/improve your CW fist?
Chuck Adams, K7QO, has "K7QO's
Online Code Course" at his website. The beginner portion of this
excellent curriculum is keyed to the ARRL Code course. Then there are
Chuck's methods for sending and recieving high speed CW and some
challenging MP3 code practice files, including one labeled "If you
can copy this, you don't need me!" (page
down two or three times to find the links from his main page)