Before spending the big bucks :>) why not try some of the free training
programs available on the web? For example, the QRZ web site (
"shareware", "morse programs") lists several that may work for you. I'm
sure I've seen others; try a search and see what pops up.
73 es gud luk, Troy, W6HV ( BTW, been sitting here trying to wrk FT5ZH ,
he's on10102.92, with my OMNI VI #3 upgrade -- my old zepp isn't cutting
the pile up)
> Greetings to all,
> MFJ MorseTutor # 418 (I think). One with LCD display.
> Gotta get a better grip on learning 13 wpm and up code.
> Is this a good investment < or > $80.00? (Poor choice of words?)
> Tapes are really boring, and time on air is not a premium right now.
> Have passed the written part of General...just need the code.
> SSB on 10 meters IS fun, but I still love the sound of di dah...Hi Hi.
> BTW. I have a TenTec Omni D, talk about a GREAT CW machine!
> Input? One you want to sell? Is Santa listening?
> Gordon kf4eib
> The word TROUSERS is an improper noun...
> Singular at the top and plural at the bottom........
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