Learning Morse Code – An Introduction

Learning Morse Code – An Introduction



AA4OO Introduces Morse Code to those curious or interested in learning. Provides some historical background, tips for learning along with examples for why learning is best performed according to ARRL recommendation, and possibly humor.

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38 Replies to “Learning Morse Code – An Introduction”

  1. I learned morse code earlier this year in just about a week and a half. It's not to difficult. Now i can write practically anything in morse code. Although im not fluent enough to know what something is just by hearing it so i do have to get better. i do realize that the way i learned it was a mistake though

  2. I’ve been trying to learn with the chart and with the list with the dots and dashes… Brah , the way this guy explained made so much sense, now I can actually hear Morse code, you’re a legend mate

  3. I learned the code back in the early 90’s. I had a Technician Plus license which I later had to convert to a Technician license not by choice because I was really proud of that Plus on the end. I was studying for my General exam & the 13 WPM test when the FCC pulled the rug out from under my feet by scrambling everything. Unfortunately for me I was disgusted by the whole thing I never sat for the General. Now I think I might try again. Can you make a recommendation for good quality General Test Material?
    73’s KC7PDY

  4. Is the Vibrokeyer your favorite keyer? I see you used the iambic key like a single lever key. You used three motions to get letter K, whereas iambic keying allows that with only two. I have both iambic and single-lever keys, and I clearly prefer the Vibrokeyer. Less mistakes for me.

  5. They need to teach this to us from our primary school, even if we don't use it it seems a quite a important language considering it might come to use some way

  6. Actually the USAF taught me the tap code that was used by POWs during Vietnam War – which is 1000x simpler than Morse. Aviation uses Morse to identify Navaids so although they’re printed on the charts it would be nice is I could simply recognize the letter sounds when I hear them.

  7. 8:52 – That's fast, but I still hear the number of dits as 3 (S), then 4 (H). Anyone else who counts the dits at 20? At least I don't keep that visual chart mentioned at 5:34!

  8. If only 50 plus years ago I knew "don't count dots and dashes"…. LOL I'm an Extra Class ticket holder and I still suck at code. Because I memorized a chart long before I ever heard CW on a radio. At ten or eleven I was repairing shortwave radios I found thrown away in alley ways in Detroit, refurbishing them, and knew enough to set up antennas. I still didn't even know about ham radio until I was in High School. Joined the military as a communicator – STILL didn't a ham license. Finally, in 1991 I got my license. And continued on with communications with the military and Missile Defense, but STILL can't do code well. Now, I know the secret. So for the guys and girls thinking it's a "parlor trick" or "joke" or "I can text someone"….. remember, CW is faster, if you know how to do it 😉

  9. di-da-dah di-di-di-dit di-dah dah /
    di-di-di-dit di-dah dah di-di-di-dit /
    da-da-dit da-da-dah dah-di-di /
    di-da-dah di-da-dit da-da-dah di-di-dah da-da-dit di-di-di-dit dah

  10. Sub'd and Unsub'd within the first 6 minutes of this video. I'm tired of being patronized by this guy. He thinks I have a paper chart AND shredder… then he has the gull to say he'll sit there and wait for me to be done shredding. JESUS DUDE! WHO DO YOU THINK I AM? Not everyone is that cookie cutter image you think you have in your head (we're not in the 50's anymore, FYI).

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