Showing posts with label Morse Code. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Morse Code. Show all posts

Monday, February 19, 2018

Morse Code Tools

Wednesday, September 2, 2015

Morse Code - A Visual Guide

I stumbled across this visual guide for Morse Code. Some of them make sense and might be helpful in remembering, but others are stretch for me.

Thursday, March 19, 2015

Vibroplex acquires Bencher

I'm not a CW guy, but I read this post about Vibroplex acquiring Bencher and discovered that Vibroplex was located in Knoxville. I had no idea. Ten-Tec, that I posted about earlier today, is just down the road a piece and Vibroplex is basically in my backyard. Small world.

Saturday, January 31, 2015



Thursday, December 26, 2013

Bayesian Morse Decoder

 A Bayesian Morse Decoder
"To demonstrate the Bayesian decoding capability I tuned my KX3 on W1AW frequency 3.58105 Mhz at 8:00 PM EST today and let two identical FLDIGI copies of the same v3.21.75 software running from the same audio source. I have a SignaLink USB connected between KX3 and my ThinkPad laptop running Linux Mint OS. 
On Fig 1. below I have the legacy SOM decoder on the left side and the new Bayesian decoder on the right . The legacy decoder makes a lot of errors and CW bulletin is not really readable. On the right side I have enabled Bayesian decoder and you can actually read the bulletin, though the lack of proper word spaces make this still a bit difficult to read. In any case Bayesian decoder provides significant accuracy improvement with real life noisy CW signals."
Via Slashdot

Friday, December 21, 2012

Tuesday, December 11, 2012


Best Morse Decoder - maybe I should look into that since I can't even spell – · – ·  · – – .

China's Best (and Worst) Ham Gear from Hans

Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Ten-Tec Go-Bag

Ten-Tec is jumping on the Go-Bag bandwagon with a 40/30 Meter QRP Go Pack. It includes:
"R2327 Custom built, high performance portable multiband wire antenna which includes light weight coax,BNC connector, center balun, tie downs, plus Dacron rope.
R4030 two band QRP CW Transceiver. Light weight, trail friendly dual band transceiver built by YouKits and sold exclusively in the US by TEN-TEC. Covers 40 and 20 meter bands. Receives SSB and CW. Transmits CW only. No filters to buy. Fully assembled transceiver (not a kit).
R9920 Rugged Shoulder Bag with adjustable shoulder sling strap that contains a tactical non-slip shoulder pad. Includes a mesh compartment for your water bottle. Rapid accessibility for all of your QRP equipment. Loads of room for your antenna, rig, battery, key paddle, and much more. Water resistant storm collar can be deployed by pulling a cordlock draw string."
The web page says just add your favorite key and you are ready go. That and a brain transplant with a donor that knows CW and I would be all set!

Saturday, February 26, 2011

Morse Code

A neat little web app, Morse Code Translator, for turning text into audio.