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How To: Make Perfect Morse Code By Hand

Discussion in 'Ham Radio Discussions' started by NW7US, Mar 3, 2016.

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  1. NW7US

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    It might be an old, vintage film, but the concepts and techniques illustrated in this antique US Army (Signal Corps) movie are applicable to Morse code communication, today. Morse code is a very popular mode (via CW) on the ham bands... this information is useful if you are desiring to be efficient in CW communication.

    73 de +NW7US
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  2. W5TTP

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    What a good video! Thanks.

    chuck w5ttp
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  3. HB9FUH

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    That was good.
  4. K7WFM

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    Nice video. Thanks.
  5. WB2WIK

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    It won't mean a thing if you don't get that swing...

    Cool video, never saw that before.
  6. AG4RT

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    Sarge reminded me of Jack Webb.
  7. KA0HCP

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    disregard, info changed.
  8. KR2C

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    Wow. probably made in 1942. I see now how we have progressed. :)
  9. VE4CY

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    What's the point of the attractive blond with the pearl handled handgun appearing briefly at the 10:57 mark??
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  10. M0PHE

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    If you don't get up to 20 words a minute she shoots you.
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