CW kurs

Published: Sunday, 08 April 2018

CW kurs for nybegynnere og viderekommende.

Har laget mapper for grupper fra 1 til 7 og en egen for mixed.

 

Det er lagt ut filer i gruppe 1 og 2 først.

Det er MP3 filer med 8 WPM, 12 WPM, 20  WPM  og til slutt 25 WPM.

25 WPM er typisk for de som har kjørt på lufta en 6-12 mnd. 

 

Bokstaver

Gruppe

 

A   . - 

D   -..

K   -.-

R   .-.

T   -

1 link

 

 

C   -.-.

F   ..-.

L   .-..

Q  --.-

U   ..-

2 link

B   -…

E   .

H  ….

J   .---

Y  -.—

P  .--.

3 link

G --.

I ..

N -.

S …

W .- -

Ø ---.

4 link

 M - -

O - - -

V …-

X -..-

Z --..

Æ .-.-

Å .--.-

 

link

 

 

Tegn

CQ                              

 -.-.  --.-

Spørsmålstegn     ?      ..--..

Vennligst vent  AS

  .-…

Brøkstrek "slash"

-..-.

Punktum     "."             

 .-.-.-

Bindestrek "-"                

 -….-

Er lik  "="

-…-

 

 

 

6

Tall

1

.----

2

..---

3

…--

4

….-

5

…..

6

-….

7

--…

8

---..

9

----.

0

-----

 

 

7

 

CW Abbrivations

http://naqcc.info/cw_abbr.html 

CW Abbreviations & Punctuation
by John Shannon, K3WWP

(From his web site here)


There are many many abbreviations used for words on CW, ranging from commonly used abbreviations like B4 for Before or TU for Thank You to very obscure abbreviations known only to the one using them. Thus such a list must be a very subjective list. More formal are the abbreviations, or code groups used for punctuation. The following are what I believe to be the most common and easiest to understand abbreviations. After that is a table of CW punctuation.

Abbrev. Word Abbrev. Word
ABT About OB Old boy
ADR Address OM Old man
AGN Again OP Operator
ANT Antenna OT Old timer; old top
B4 Before PSE Please
C Yes PWR Power
CFM Confirm RIG Station equipment
CUL See you later RPT Repeat; report
ES And RX; RCVR Receiver
FB Fine business SED Said
GA Go ahead SEZ Says
GA Good afternoon SIG Signal
GB Good bye SKED Schedule
GB God bless SRI Sorry
GE Good evening TMW Tomorrow
GG Going TNX Thanks
GM Good morning TT That
GN Good night TU Thank you
GND Ground TVI Television interference
GUD Good TX Transmitter
HI Laughter UR; URS Your; Yours
HI High VY Very
HR Here; hear WKD; WKG Worked; working
HV Have WL Will
HW How; how copy WUD Would
LID A poor operator WX Weather
MSG Message XMTR Transmitter
N No YF; XYL Wife
NIL Nothing YL Young lady
NR Number 73 Best regards
NW Now 88 Love and kisses



Symbol Code group Name
" .-..-. Quotation mark
$ ...-..- Dollar sign
' .----. Apostrophe
( -.--. Open parenthesis (1)
) -.--.- Close parenthesis
[ -.--. Open square bracket (1)
] -.--.- Close square bracket
+ .-.-. Plus sign (2)
, --..-- Comma
- -....- Hyphen or single dash
. .-.-.- Period
/ -..-. Slant
: ---... Colon
; -.-.-. Semicolon (3)
= -...- Equal sign or double dash (4)
? ..--.. Question mark
@ .--.-. At symbol (5)
_ ..--.- Underline
.-.-.. Paragraph
! ---. Exclamation point (6)

Notes:

(1) - The close parenthesis code group is often used for both open and close parentheses and square brackets.
(2) - You'll recognize this to be the same as AR - the end of transmission procedure signal.
(3) - This is also listed in some sources as -.-.- but I believe -.-.-. is official.
(4) - The same as BT - the break in text procedure signal.
(5) - Most punctuation code groups date from the early days of CW, but this is a new one designed to be used for the @ symbol in email addresses.
(6) - Commonly used, but not official in the Continental Morse code. It's taken from the official American Morse code group.

 


Morsecode test

http://www.1728.org/morstest.htm 

 

 

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