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The Long Island CW Club The Long Island CW Club had been started in 2018 to promote and expand the use of Morse Code- CW amongst amateur radio operators, initially in our geographic area. Today there is no longer a FCC requirement to learn CW to obtain an amateur radio license. Yet we find there is still a pent up demand to learn the code, become more proficient at it and to take part in activities centered around this interesting skill. To help fill this void, we have put together a group of dedicated teachers of Morse Code – CW. We conduct CW training classes via internet video conference classes at various skill levels. We have grown quickly, branching out with members nationwide and overseas.
Morse Code Morse code is a method used in telecommunication to encode text characters as standardized sequences of two different signal durations, called dots and dashes, or dits and dahs.[3][4] Morse code is named after Samuel Morse, one of the inventors of the telegraph.
K8ZT-Anthony Luscre Anthony Luscre is a great educational resource for Hams and partiualarly Ham Clubs looking for speakers for their Zoom programs. He has a lot of experence in many areas of Amateur Radio that appeal to everyone.
How to test a Capacitor In this tutorial, we will see how to test a Capacitor and find out whether the capacitor is working properly or it is a defective one. A Capacitor is an Electronics/Electrical component that stores energy in the form of Electric Charge. Capacitors are often used in electronics circuit boards or few electrical appliances and perform a variety of functions.
Electrical Symbols & Electronic Symbols Electrical Symbols & Electronic Symbols
CW Academy CW Academy is a program put on by the CW Operators’ Club aimed at increasing the number of competent CW operators on the HF CW sub-bands. It addresses all levels of enthusiasts: from those aspiring to become licensed operators who want to learn and use Morse code; to veteran operators who are intent on increasing their CW skills, speed and activity.

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