Other CW links


Everybody should read 'The Art & Skill of Radio-Telegraphy'

by William G. Pierpont NØHFF , this valuable info for all of you !


Visit QRQpoint!!!

This website was established in March 2020 to serve as a hub to concentrate QRQ activities on 3567 kHz. It's meant to:

  • Encourage everyone to join us on 3567 kHz and practice high speed telegraphy
  • Offer a simple way to communicate with other users via a shout box
  • Provide links and further information about high speed telegraphy.

Morsify : Online Morse Code translator and Morse Code decoder with audio (open source project hosted on Github)
Morse Learn: Google's Morse Code trainer to make learning Morse Code easier.

A very interesting link to the history of morse code communication

The history of maritime communication and more
A Beginner's Guide to Making CW Contacts by Jack Wagoner WB8FSV This is a great site for newcomers. but the old timers are welcome as well !!
Note: I saved a copy of this page on this website for preservation.
WIKIPEDIA, the free on-line encyclopedia on Morse Code.
Virtual bug by Geoffrey AE4RV, learn how a real bug works !
The online version of the Samuel F. B. Morse Papers at the Library of Congress
Code Gallery by K8CX containing Real Audio clips.
Morse Code Teaching Machine by Ward Cunningham, K9OX.
You can become a high speed CW operator!
Read this summary of information by AH6NB, Jim Reid.
the Vibroplex Collector's Page A real great site for those who are interested in vibroplex stuff.
The Sparks Telegraph key review.
telegraph-office.com , Neal McEwen, K5RW, provides information in his home page on all aspects of American key collecting, including a list of semi-automatic key makers, and a variety of key collecting references.
W1AW Code practice on the air schedules.
Telegraph and Scientifc Instrument Cyber-museum presented by Tom Perera.