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Morse Academy ARROW/UMARC MORSE CODE LECTURE 3/5/09 Code 1 - 1 All rights reserved, Morse Academy ARROW/UMARC MORSE CODE LECTURE 3/5/09 Code 1 - 1 All rights reserved, W. D. Becher, 2009

ARROW/UMARC 2005 AMATEUR RADIO TECHNICIAN COURSE Lesson 01 Morse Code Bill, AA 8 RW ARROW/UMARC 2005 AMATEUR RADIO TECHNICIAN COURSE Lesson 01 Morse Code Bill, AA 8 RW & Helen, KG 8 TQ ARROW/UMARC MORSE CODE LECTURE 3/5/09 Code 1 - 2 All rights reserved, W. D. Becher, 2009

Amateur Morse Code History www. ac 6 v. com/history. htm n n n 07 Amateur Morse Code History www. ac 6 v. com/history. htm n n n 07 Dec 41 Hams go QRT 15 Nov 45 Ham back on 10 and 2 meter 01 Jul 51 Novice/Tech: : 5 wpm, /Adv: 13 wpm, Extra: 20 wpm Gn All send and receive 1991 No code Tech is born, Tech Plus 5 wpm Receive 5 minutes, 10 multiple choice questions 15 Apr 00 Tech w/o code, Tech, General & Extra (5 wpm) Receive 5 minutes, 10 fill in blank questions 23 Feb 07 Code requirement eliminated ARROW/UMARC MORSE CODE LECTURE 3/5/09 Code 1 - 3 All rights reserved, W. D. Becher, 2009

MORSE CODE It’s Still Worthwhile CQ CQ CQ de AA 8 RW K NAME MORSE CODE It’s Still Worthwhile CQ CQ CQ de AA 8 RW K NAME HR BILL ARROW/UMARC MORSE CODE LECTURE 3/5/09 Code 1 - 4 All rights reserved, W. D. Becher, 2009

Why CW Continues n n n It is fun to use It can be Why CW Continues n n n It is fun to use It can be used even when it is impossible to communicate other methods It conserves the already crowded spectrum Bandwidth (Hz) = WPM * 4 n It requires less complex equipment to get on-the-air For “how to” tips go to UMARC Web and click on “code” or: http: // www. umich. edu/~umarc/test/code. html ARROW/UMARC MORSE CODE LECTURE 3/5/09 Code 1 - 5 All rights reserved, W. D. Becher, 2009

Morse Code in 9 Weeks It’s easier than you think n All it takes Morse Code in 9 Weeks It’s easier than you think n All it takes ispractice n We can guide you and encourage you but ultimately it’s up you to ! ARROW/UMARC MORSE CODE LECTURE 3/5/09 Code 1 - 6 All rights reserved, W. D. Becher, 2009

Element 1 Format n Five minutes of code n 43 characters n n n Element 1 Format n Five minutes of code n 43 characters n n n 5 characters per word Farnsworth format n n n 26 letters [A – Z] 10 numbers [0 – 9] 4 punctuations [. , ? /] 3 prosigns (procedural signals) [AR or +, BT or = and SK] Character speed: 15 wpm 5 words per minute Code copying only (no sending) ARROW/UMARC MORSE CODE LECTURE 3/5/09 Code 1 - 7 All rights reserved, W. D. Becher, 2009

Element 1 (Continued) n To Pass you must either have n 1 minute of Element 1 (Continued) n To Pass you must either have n 1 minute of correct copy n 25 consecutive characters n Numbers &Prosigns count as 2 characters n Or n Answer 7 of 10 questions correctly n Fill in blank format ARROW/UMARC MORSE CODE LECTURE 3/5/09 Code 1 - 8 All rights reserved, W. D. Becher, 2009

Typical Element 1 Test VVV KU 6 XWQ/7 DE N 5 FZK BT HOWDY Typical Element 1 Test VVV KU 6 XWQ/7 DE N 5 FZK BT HOWDY BOB. RIG HERE IS A HEATHKIT SB 1200 AND IT RUNS 137 WATTS TO MY 80/40 METER LONG WIRE. I AM IN ATHENS, LOUISIANA. UR RST 569. NAME IS JAY. COPY? KU 6 XWQ/7 DE N 5 FZK. SK 195 / 5 = 39 WORDS ARROW/UMARC MORSE CODE LECTURE 3/5/09 Code 1 - 9 All rights reserved, W. D. Becher, 2009

Wow! It should be (have been) to easy obtain n All Technician (Tech) privileges Wow! It should be (have been) to easy obtain n All Technician (Tech) privileges n Which included still does) (and n More bands to “talk” to foreign countries (DX) n n 10 meters -- phone & code (CW & phone > 28. 3 MHz, add Data < 28. 3 MHz) 15, 40 & 80 meters -- CW only but worldwide ARROW/UMARC MORSE CODE LECTURE 3/5/09 Code 1 - 10 All rights reserved, W. D. Becher, 2009

A few rudimentary learning aids n n n ARRL “Your Introduction to More Code” A few rudimentary learning aids n n n ARRL “Your Introduction to More Code” CD ROMS ARRL “Your Introduction to Morse Code” cassette t Jerry. Ziliak’s Amateur Radio School “ 10 -20 WPM WORDS” cassette tapes ARROW/UMARC MORSE CODE LECTURE 3/5/09 Code 1 - 11 All rights reserved, W. D. Becher, 2009

Did you listen to the code earlier n n You may already know more Did you listen to the code earlier n n You may already know more than you think Try to recall the Morse sounds for the following: A E R N + (AR) T n n We listened to the “letters” A, E, R, N, T and “ ” + prosign using the DOS program Morse Academy Let’s see if we can recognize any of these Cw. Type ARROW/UMARC MORSE CODE LECTURE 3/5/09 Code 1 - 12 All rights reserved, W. D. Becher, 2009

Some basic rules n Practice each day Short sessions (15 – 30 minutes) n Some basic rules n Practice each day Short sessions (15 – 30 minutes) n Several times each day is preferred n n Do NOT memorize the code’s dots & dashes Listen to the sound of each letter n Write each letter as you hear it n n Don’t fret when you miss a letter n Simply leave a space – move on ARROW/UMARC MORSE CODE LECTURE 3/5/09 Code 1 - 13 All rights reserved, W. D. Becher, 2009

What practice tools are available? See the handout n “Your Intro to Morse Code” What practice tools are available? See the handout n “Your Intro to Morse Code” A. R. R. L. Available in CD or Cassette format A. R. R. L. Daily Internet code practice n Computer code practice programs (free!) n Morse Academy www. ahoa. org n Cw. Type www. dxsoft. com/en/products/cwtype / n G 4 FON Koch Trainer www. g 4 fon. net See handout and/or Google for even more programs n n ARROW/UMARC MORSE CODE LECTURE 3/5/09 Code 1 - 14 All rights reserved, W. D. Becher, 2009

There are personal aids, too n Send code to yourself Repeat the sounds, e. There are personal aids, too n Send code to yourself Repeat the sounds, e. g. , dit for E, dah for T and say ditdahdit for R n Auto license plates, a good source of letters n n Buy a code generator MFJ-418 for example www. mfjenterprises. com n Or build your own! W 6 BEG Code Player ARROW/UMARC MORSE CODE LECTURE 3/5/09 Code 1 - 15 All rights reserved, W. D. Becher, 2009

Recommended Schedule n 6 new characters each week A, E, R, N, + & Recommended Schedule n 6 new characters each week A, E, R, N, + & T this week n Every night hereafter New characters introduced first n Followed by practice tests (all characters to date) n 43/6 = only 7 weeks n Last 2 weeks n n Testing, testing ARROW/UMARC MORSE CODE LECTURE 3/5/09 Code 1 - 16 All rights reserved, W. D. Becher, 2009

Remember It’s easier than you think n All it takes ispractice n We can Remember It’s easier than you think n All it takes ispractice n We can guide you and encourage you but ultimately it’s up you to ! n Begin today. Improve your fist within weeks!! ARROW/UMARC MORSE CODE LECTURE 3/5/09 Code 1 - 17 All rights reserved, W. D. Becher, 2009

A useful Morse Code Handout ARROW/UMARC MORSE CODE LECTURE 3/5/09 Code 1 - 18 A useful Morse Code Handout ARROW/UMARC MORSE CODE LECTURE 3/5/09 Code 1 - 18 All rights reserved, W. D. Becher, 2009

Go Blue es 73 W 8 UM de AA 8 RW SK Or, unless Go Blue es 73 W 8 UM de AA 8 RW SK Or, unless time permits, CW Operating Skills To Be Continued ARROW/UMARC MORSE CODE LECTURE 3/5/09 Code 1 - 19 All rights reserved, W. D. Becher, 2009

Operating Skills • I cannot cover everything – Won’t remember anyway • Whenever operating Operating Skills • I cannot cover everything – Won’t remember anyway • Whenever operating in a new mode – Listen first – Observe protocol – Then operate • “The ARRL Operating Handbook” - a good help – CW (& SSB) good for weak signal (QRP) modes • To get started - Let’s consider CW operation using International Morse Code – Refer to Tables 6. 2, 6. 3 and 6. 4 in your text (Shown in the next four slides) • Q Signals - Table 6. 2, p 6. 7 • Common Abbreviations & Prosigns- Table 6. 3, p 6. 8 • The RST System - Table 6. 4, p 6. 9 ARROW/UMARC MORSE CODE LECTURE Code 1 - 20 All rights reserved, W. D. Becher, 2009

Q Signals (Table 6. 2, p. 6. 7) ARROW/UMARC MORSE CODE LECTURE Code 1 Q Signals (Table 6. 2, p. 6. 7) ARROW/UMARC MORSE CODE LECTURE Code 1 - 21 All rights reserved, W. D. Becher, 2009

Common Abbreviations (Table 6. 3, p. 6. 8) ARROW/UMARC MORSE CODE LECTURE Code 1 Common Abbreviations (Table 6. 3, p. 6. 8) ARROW/UMARC MORSE CODE LECTURE Code 1 - 22 All rights reserved, W. D. Becher, 2009

Common Procedural Signals (Prosigns) (Table 6. 3, p. 6. 8) ARROW/UMARC MORSE CODE LECTURE Common Procedural Signals (Prosigns) (Table 6. 3, p. 6. 8) ARROW/UMARC MORSE CODE LECTURE Code 1 - 23 All rights reserved, W. D. Becher, 2009

The RST System (Table 6. 4, p. 6. 9) ARROW/UMARC MORSE CODE LECTURE Code The RST System (Table 6. 4, p. 6. 9) ARROW/UMARC MORSE CODE LECTURE Code 1 - 24 All rights reserved, W. D. Becher, 2009

A First Time QSO (see handout) ARROW/UMARC MORSE CODE LECTURE Code 1 - 25 A First Time QSO (see handout) ARROW/UMARC MORSE CODE LECTURE Code 1 - 25 All rights reserved, W. D. Becher, 2009

Establishing Contact Are you busy? 3 by 3 sent twice at comfortable receive speed Establishing Contact Are you busy? 3 by 3 sent twice at comfortable receive speed (3 x 3 voice too) (Is frequency in use? ) Yes Changed frequency* & asked again KA 7 XYZ calling any station Any station transmit N 2 SN responds 2 by 2 response (1 x 1 for voice) Go ahead KA 7 XYZ * Before he starts he checks to make certain he is following the band plan and frequency is not in use ARROW/UMARC MORSE CODE LECTURE Code 1 - 26 All rights reserved, W. D. Becher, 2009

Exchanging Data Not ‘roger, ’ ‘received correctly’ 1 by 1 once From Good evening Exchanging Data Not ‘roger, ’ ‘received correctly’ 1 by 1 once From Good evening sorry how Send slower Please ? Readibility - perfect Signal strength - Extremely strong* Tone - Perfect now Location - Denver CO your here weather and * 59 plus 20 db, the very best! FM: Full quieting signal overcomes all noise ARROW/UMARC MORSE CODE LECTURE Code 1 - 27 Only KA 7 XYZ transmit All rights reserved, W. D. Becher, 2009

Switching (QRT) the Frequency Distant station interference What’s your location? Change frequency Go ahead Switching (QRT) the Frequency Distant station interference What’s your location? Change frequency Go ahead Going off the air (at this frequency) ARROW/UMARC MORSE CODE LECTURE Code 1 - 28 All rights reserved, W. D. Becher, 2009

QSO (Continued) Stop sending (quit) How’s your interference? Send a card acknowledging the QSO QSO (Continued) Stop sending (quit) How’s your interference? Send a card acknowledging the QSO Contact or conversation fine business been hope again End of contact Required! Best Required! regards Young lady Or 88 if a YL sweetheart Or OC old chap, OB old boy, or OM old man ARROW/UMARC MORSE CODE LECTURE Code 1 - 29 Closing station All rights reserved, W. D. Becher, 2009

NW SK AA 8 RW CL ARROW/UMARC MORSE CODE LECTURE Code 1 - 30 NW SK AA 8 RW CL ARROW/UMARC MORSE CODE LECTURE Code 1 - 30 All rights reserved, W. D. Becher, 2009