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Texts/Books
The Art & Skill of Radio-Telegraphy William Pierpont, N0HFF (SK)
Zen and the Art of Radiotelegraphy Carlo Consoli, IK0YGJ

Released .... CW Club Membership Files v1.0!  and   Open Hardware/multiple application platform (using Kicad, PIC16F877)

Morse Code (Wikipedia)  High Speed Telegraphy (Wikipedia)

CW Clubs
NOC (Number One CW) NOC (Number One CW) QRQcw QRQcw (60wpm+) Fast Operator Group FOG (Fast Operator Group) 

HSC HSC (25wpm), VHSC VHSC (40wpm), SHSC SHSC (50wpm), EHSC EHSC (60wpm)
SKCC Straight Key Century ClubCW Operators' QRP Club CW Operators' QRP Club North American QRP CW Club NA QRP CW
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G-QRP Club G-QRP FISTS FISTS 
Radio Telegraphy ClubRadio Telegraphy Club Essex CW ARC Essex CW ARC

Morse Enthusiasts Group Scotland - GM0RSE very clever!  Morse Enthusiasts Group Scotland  Morse Telegraph Club Morse Telegraph Club A1 Club (JA) A1 Club (JA)

 UFT UNION FRANÇAISE DES TÉLÉGRAPHISTES  GACW GACW  AGCWAGCW-DL Friends of SFB Morse FMC

UCWC UCWC   CWSP CWSP EUCW EUCW  CTC CTC  OOTC OOTC

    EACW EACW  HA CW Group HA CW Group HTC HTC (HB9) SPCWC SPCWC

SCAG SCAG    Club of Certified Telegraphists (OK) CCT OKQRP OKQRP OKDXF OKDXF  

Marconi ClubMarconi Club / ARI IQRP IQRP Keymen's Club of Japan KCJ Pro CW (YO)Pro CW (YO)

    Greek Telegraphy Club Greek Telegraphy Club
FOC FOC SOCSOC  CW Operators' Club
Others with a high CW interest
GMDX Group GMDX Chiltern DX Club CDXC
Chiltern DX Club Top Band DX Club

Club images/logos on this page © Copyright original owners


Practice Software
MorseCat  SuperMorse Morse Trainer RUFZ Morse Runner MorseTest WinMorse ZL1AN Morse Learner
Morse Code Madness Morse Mail Nu-Ware Morse Code Teaching Machine LCWO 
Learn CW Online Just Learn Morse Code       
World's safest/most dangerous places to DXpedition (more)
Most corrupt places to DXpedition

Gmail Tap!

Noteworthy - Tech & QRM/QRN
RF Powered Devices PLT UK Short Range Devices Interference in the UK

Intruder Monitoring: IARU-R1 IARU-R2 IARU-R3  

Nasty QRM:

OTHR - Over the Horizon Radar & CODAR
 JORN (OTHR - Australia)
heard on 21MHz band
NATO "Woodpecker" (PLUTO/PLUTO II) (OTHR - NATO/UK Cyprus)
on 14MHz band (~14.019MHz) and 10.125MHz
24/7 signal from Penza Oblast, Russia on 14.027-14.029MHz - LOUD - S9+ in Bermuda at 40° bearing*

*This makes operating on ~14.025MHz and going split upwards almost impossible to EU - the pileup calls directly on top of the S9+ QRM from Penza. Needless to say, it also makes normal QSOs hopeless from 14.0265 to 14.0295MHz from NA to EU.

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