Morse code is a method of transmitting letters and symbols by using beep sounds. The most famous example is the SOS call which would sound like beep-beep-beep beeeeep-beeeeep-beeeeep beep-beep-beep. In written Morse code, this would be viewed as: ... --- ...
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Produced by Doug Hauff, W6AME, and San Luis Machine Company. San Luis Obispo, California, US.
Official list of Ham call sign prefixes for all countries. Those participating in DX contests will also need the listed ITU and CQ magazine numbers for the various zones and regions.
Dedicated to high speed CW.
An international group of CW operators, ragchewers, contesters, and DXers. Celebrating Morse code.
The podcast for amateur radio Morse code and CW operators.
Society founded by the late Geo Longden G3ZQS, dedicated to the continued use and training of Morse Code.
Improve your CW ability or volunteer to help others as an on the air CW Elmer or student.
Includes a number of links of interest to CW operators.
News, contacts, membership details, and information for all Morse code users and fans.
K3WWP's activities in ham radio, including CW, QRP, contesting, homebrewing, award hunting, and DXing
LCWO offers a Koch method Morse course and many different practice modes for advanced users, all running in the web browser.
A club that teaches Morse for free. 5 - 12 wpm standard to get members through the test.
Online resource to convert text to Morse Code, or Morse code to text. Results may be saved as MIDI file.
Includes Java and CGI translators, alphabets, and FAQs.
Dedicated to preserving the history of telegraphy, with forums to discuss historic usage as well as modern applications.
A live, online morse code radio that lets you communicate with others in morse.
Learning Morse Code the Koch Method.
Include operating tips, procedures, short-hand guide, and encouraging stories.
High Speed Clubs for various transmission rates. Comics, humor, common abbreviations, and software links.
SKCC resource for those interested in using traditional 'straight' Morse Code keying devices, including help with learning and improving Code skills.
N6TT's site about amateur radio and communication via Morse Code.
Information for active CW radio operators. Features club information and awards.
A computer-simulated Vibroplex semi-automatic Morse Code key, created with Macromedia Flash. It shows the workings of a bug and teaches the part names.
Links to tutorials, history and other information.
Includes Java and CGI translators, alphabets, and FAQs.
A live, online morse code radio that lets you communicate with others in morse.
An international group of CW operators, ragchewers, contesters, and DXers. Celebrating Morse code.
The podcast for amateur radio Morse code and CW operators.
LCWO offers a Koch method Morse course and many different practice modes for advanced users, all running in the web browser.
Includes a number of links of interest to CW operators.
Dedicated to preserving the history of telegraphy, with forums to discuss historic usage as well as modern applications.
Links to tutorials, history and other information.
Produced by Doug Hauff, W6AME, and San Luis Machine Company. San Luis Obispo, California, US.
Learning Morse Code the Koch Method.
News, contacts, membership details, and information for all Morse code users and fans.
A computer-simulated Vibroplex semi-automatic Morse Code key, created with Macromedia Flash. It shows the workings of a bug and teaches the part names.
K3WWP's activities in ham radio, including CW, QRP, contesting, homebrewing, award hunting, and DXing
N6TT's site about amateur radio and communication via Morse Code.
A club that teaches Morse for free. 5 - 12 wpm standard to get members through the test.
SKCC resource for those interested in using traditional 'straight' Morse Code keying devices, including help with learning and improving Code skills.
Include operating tips, procedures, short-hand guide, and encouraging stories.
Improve your CW ability or volunteer to help others as an on the air CW Elmer or student.
Society founded by the late Geo Longden G3ZQS, dedicated to the continued use and training of Morse Code.
Online resource to convert text to Morse Code, or Morse code to text. Results may be saved as MIDI file.
Official list of Ham call sign prefixes for all countries. Those participating in DX contests will also need the listed ITU and CQ magazine numbers for the various zones and regions.
Information for active CW radio operators. Features club information and awards.
Dedicated to high speed CW.
High Speed Clubs for various transmission rates. Comics, humor, common abbreviations, and software links.

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