Mores code and time

Discussion in 'Straight Keys - CW Enthusiasts' started by AA8NN, Jun 30, 2021.

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  1. AA8NN

    AA8NN Ham Member QRZ Page

    Today I was testing a end fed antenna I may be using for a motorcycle trip. I sent a few tests out on the air after trimming it up to see the reverse beacon network results. I was tuning around later and left the vfo where it was and a few distractions came about. All of a sudden I realized I could understand the qso going on in the background.

    Now it has been probably 8 years since I started out learning code. It just acurred to me that I could hear words without copying them down. Something about the conscious mind I guess. Now that I tried to do it consciously I can't. Haha. Have a good night. AA8NN
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  2. KD2RDG

    KD2RDG Ham Member QRZ Page

    Your mores code is out in space traveling at light speed now. Time is relative.
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  3. N8RKD

    N8RKD Ham Member QRZ Page

    Try tuning into morse code in a semi-dark room when you're half asleep. Maybe just a little faster than you're comfortable with. You might be surprised what you can copy when you're relaxed.

    Good luck!
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  4. WB2WIK

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    S'mores code is even better.

    Use fresh marshmallows, a stick and a campfire for best results.
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  5. WA9FZB

    WA9FZB XML Subscriber QRZ Page

    Don't forget the Hershey's chocolate and the fresh, crispy graham crackers!

    Not too well done, for me, please!
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  6. AD5HR

    AD5HR Ham Member QRZ Page

    Please don't scorch the marshmallows.
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  7. K5DH

    K5DH Ham Member QRZ Page

    Maybe you should abandon mores code and try morris code! :D
  8. WB5YUZ

    WB5YUZ Ham Member QRZ Page

    Here we go again:

  9. W6MK

    W6MK Ham Member QRZ Page

    Less' Code has evolved over the years.

    From a simple learning task which every prospective ham undertook as just another licensing
    requirement. Not to mention millions who learned Code in the scouts or the military. You had
    to do it so you did it.

    Evolving to a task comparable to climbing Mt. Everest, getting a PhD in Sanskrit or coming up
    with a million-dollar application fee. Requiring a computer, smartphone, a dozen software programs and several years' commitment.

    Often, it seems, the process of evolution brings progress.
  10. WA1GXC

    WA1GXC Ham Member QRZ Page

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