This is quite cool. It’s a learning tree for figuring out morse for folks that know absolutely nothing about CW. If you hear a dit, go left, if you hear a dah, go right. Pretty neat.
A couple of lines from a recent eBay listing for a Super RM QRP rig.
3 , the use of high -quality audio op amp to do the second active filter , and its very low noise floor , excellent amplitude-frequency characteristics greatly improved listening experience octopus .
Tom, W1TP is in our club, The Green Mountain Wireless Society. As a leading authority on cipher machines and the Enigma in particular, he gave a most excellent talk about the Enigma Machine at our last meeting. I had occasion to view his site lately and if you ever wanted to see an incredibly comprehensive collection about telegraphy and all of it’s many facets, look no further.
I could make a lot of jokes about this way of sending morse, but when I think about it for even a moment, those of us that can sit down in good health and enjoy our hobby are so incredibly lucky. Never forget that.
I’m a member of the SSN (Sideswiper Net), a fantastic organization with active members on both sides of the Atlantic. Recently a member in France posted this YouTube video of a French news story about this incredible op.
Pulled from ARRL site:
Gotta love this Straight Key ring
Am I the only one who didn’t know about this site? Fantastic!