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
The morse practice page On-line practicing by AA9PW.
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.
The "Telegraph Lore" page, presented by Greg Raven, provides a wealth of telegraph related information.
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.