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Morse Classes for winter 2020 are going well.

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25wpm beginners CW report for 17Nov20

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The gang assembled again on GB3NB on Tuesday evening at 8pm and I was joined by David M0WEL, John G4PFZ, Alex 2E0FHF, Tony G0OOR and Paul M1AFQ.

The group listened to 6 typical overs from the archive and wrestled with the details like QTH, names and rigs etc. plus all the non-typical wordage that pads out the conversation. It takes a while to get the hang of this head copy malarkey and its a slow job, so count hearing the odd word as a win at 26wpm and please keep doing it. Over time you will hear without focussing and just pick out the essential ‘nuggets’ of the conversation.

Another session next week, so hopefully you’ll have been able to listen on the bands in the meantime to keep the ‘long game’ going.

73 de Jim
g3yla

 

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Morse with Doctor Phil.

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Friday evenings at 2000 local time on 145.250MHz.
The contest net is now on Fridays on 145.250MHz following on from Phil's class. This will enable those in the class - and Phil himself - to join in. Hope to see you there.
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Phil's class now has FIVE new students! How pleasing that is! It is still not too late to join Phil on a Friday evening. So, really good to see some are learning the code and gaining a new mode to use on the air.I hear there is another joining this week too! ALL GOOD!

If you are interested, please email Phil and let him know. He will contact you and give you more details.
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By the way, Phil is a GOOD cop, so you will be treated kindly!
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The CWOPS CWT activity periods are still as popular as ever.
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The link below is to FAV22. THis is a military station on 3881.00kHz and runs at varying speeds with groups of letters, numbers, punctuation and procedural signals. It is on 24/7 so take a look It is well worth the practice.
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https://www.r-e-f.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=715&Itemid=444
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If you look up this link in Google Chrome, it will translate into English for you.
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Email me with input, queries, keys, paddles, classes and so on. Hopefully I can help or know a man that can!
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73 de Roger, G3LDI GB2CW Coordinator. May the Morse be with you.

 

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