CW Boot Camp

In April 2016, David G7AGI organised a get together for us to share experiences and knowledge of learning and using CW. We all did a bit of 'show and tell' and got to try different straight keys and paddles. 

We had a 30m station set up for ‘live’ CW contacts with a simple dipole folded around the ceiling and completed lots of practice QSOs around the room simply using practice oscillators. You can read the full story here.

What we’re saying to the Twitterverse…

Sunday, March 29th, 2020 at 7:13am
Please share this page with your #hamr contacts and subscribe to the Youtube channel for a new and interactive way to learn Morse.
Videos will start being uploaded on Monday 6th April!

#hamradio #morse #morsecode #amateurradio #lockdown #COVID19 #cw #QRP
Wednesday, March 11th, 2020 at 5:27pm
A quick shout out to our latest recruits;
Marc AD4CW @marcbtown
Eliot KE0N @earicci
Thomas AD6TW @tawhitejr
Jim WT8P @jim_carson
Laurent F8FSC @f8_fsclaurent
Look out for them on the bands and give them a call...
Saturday, March 7th, 2020 at 1:58pm
Are you using the excellent CW Club RBN Spotter interface? It offers a range of ways to look for like minded folk, on bands that you have access to, calling at speeds you can manage. Best of all Fabian (DK1YFK) @learncwonline has added @lids_cw :o)
lids_cw photo
Sunday, February 16th, 2020 at 5:58pm
Just updating the club calendar of slow speed CW events;
Don't forget that national organisations also run QRS CW transmissions on-air:
...any others?