Have fun with Morse Code! Knowing Morse Code is no longer required to get an amateur radio license, but many hams are learning the code anyway. There are many reasons for this: * It's a part of amateur radio history. * There's a mystique about operating Morse Code. * It's FUN! This book is all about having fun with Morse Code. It will: * help you learn the code, * choose the type of key that's right for you, * show you how to get on the air and make contacts, * teach you the proper way to use abbreviations, Q-signals, and prosigns.
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Dan Romanchik, KB6NU, has helped thousands of amateur radio operators get their licenses and have fun with amateur radio. His "No-Nonsense" amateur radio study guides are perhaps the easiest way to learn what you need to know to pass the tests, and he regularly teach amateur radio classes. He is also a leading amateur radio blogger. For more information about his study guide, and his other amateur radio books, visit his website www.KB6NU.Com.
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