In anticipation of tonight’s meeting of the Oakville Amateur Radio Club (at Glenn Abbey High School off Third Line) where Todd, VE3LMM, is going to offer a presentation on how to learn Morse Code (CW), here’s a list of some helpful resources:
The International Morse Code – here it is in plain language.
Morse Code Translator – type in your message and the software bangs out the CW.
Morse Code Trainer – this will get you started.
Learn Morse in One Minute – that’s the claim.
Practice on your IPhone – wonder who you’ll reach?
PA3BWK’s CW links – tons of CW info
W1AW’s CW schedule – learn off the air
Morse Runner – a very realistic contest simulator
PileUp Runner – hear what it’s like to be the DX
Straight Key Century Club – get on the air with a straight key or bug
Vibroplex – the “bug” people
Bengali – one of the top manufacturer’s of keys and paddles
Kent Keys – highly respected English keys and paddles
Bencher Keys – everyone owns a Bencher (cheap and dependable)