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Flavors Assembled If you want to do some parts scrounging at your local hamfest, we also sell a version of the original......... The Tuna Tin 2 (TT2) kit includes a round printed circuit board and all PCB mounted parts: transistors, capacitors, resistors, toroids, magnet wire and key jack. The kit also includes a 7.040Mhz crystal and SIP socket for easy crystal change. Assembly instructions and additional documentation can be found below. You have to scrounge up the can, PCB mounting hardware, antenna, power and receiver jacks, hookup wire and T/R switch. This earlier version of the TT2 requires additional mods by the builder to insure compliance with current FCC harmonic output regulations.
Click on map image for detailed map to the club grounds DIRECTIONS TO SKYVIEW RADIO SOCIETY GPS=40o 31’ 03” N / 790 40’ 37” W From Apollo / Leechburg: Take rt. 66 S to rt. 380. Take 380 W to rt. 366.
This page will let you practice for the actual test. The test involves copying five character groups (letters + numbers - no symbols, punctuation, etc.) separated by blanks. You will be expected to enter the letters you are copying into a text area like the one below. The test starts with an initial three groups V's, signaling you to get ready.
Morse Code Training, Practice and Exam Program Fed up with trying to learn from those same old tapes that you know off by heart? Need to practice more on just a few symbols that seem to get you confused? Need a program that has been proven to get people through the Exam? Download this CW program designed for everyone from beginners to experts who need to brush up or increase their speed. This DOS based software runs well in Windows 3.x, Win95, Win98 and WinXP. Multiple features from basics to exams, random groups, text and video output.
Morse Training by the Koch Method Koch's method is a simple, direct way of building reflexes. However, it requires either a computer and Morse software or a personal trainer. That's why it was overlooked for so many years.
Welcome to the morse practice page. This page is designed to help you learn and practice Morse Code. There are also other pages which cover the morse code itself and a few hints on how to approach learning the code This page will generate morse code at various speeds and with lots of different types of content – everything from individual letters up to a full ‘QSO’ (a randomly generated morse code conversation between two stations).