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Morse

 
Morse code was invented in the early 1840s by Samuel Morse. It consists of a series of dots and dashes in order to forms letters and numbers. It can be sent at high speed providing a very reliable form of communication especially when radio conditions are particulary poor.
 
Kilmarnock and Loudoun Amateur Radio Club has several members who are extremely active on the HF bands using morse code (CW). Although there is no longer a legal requirement to pass a morse code test the mode remains very popular and the club encourages members to use CW.
 
In order to do this training can be provided on meeting nights using club facilities or on the air by means of pre-arranged schedule.
 
    
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