The CW Geek's Guide to Having Fun with Morse Code by Dan Romanchik
- Language: English
- Publisher: Random House
- Pages: 454
- Publication date: 2016
Dan, KB6NU has helped thousands get their amateur radio licenses, and now he aims to help them become CW operators as well. The CW Geek’s Guide to Having Fun with Morse Code is full of practical information that will help ham radio operators have fun learning and using Morse Code. Chapters include: * Learning the Code. This chapter gives advice on how to learn the code, including recommendations for programs and websites that you can use for free. * Getting on the Air. This chapter describes, in my “no nonsense” style how to tune in CW signals, how to make contact, and then what to do once you have made contact. * Choosing a Key. This chapter describes the different types of keys available and how to choose the one that’s right for you. * Keyers. This chapter describes the different types of keyers and how to connect them to your radio. * References and Resources. This section includes information on Q-signals, RST signal reporting, abbreviations, CW clubs, and other resources that will be useful for amateur radio operators. The author, Dan Romanchik, KB6NU, has been an amateur radio operator for more than 40 years and is a self-proclaimed "CW geek." He has made thousands of CW (Morse Code) contacts over the years, with other hams all over the world. His other books include the "No Nonsense" amateur radio license study guides and 21 Things to Do After You Get Your Amateur Radio License.
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