HTC on the air

Would you like to learn Morse Code or perfect your skills? We make both possible. Like every form of art, Morse Code, also known by its technical shorthand CW (continuous wave), requires continual practice. Besides CW, we also promote making contacts with the lowest power required (named QRP), and this, of course, in CW.
Our club call HB9HTC and HTC members are QRV on the following dates and times:
 

MCT– Morse Code Training broadcasts

Date
Time
 (HBT)
QRG (MHz) Topic
Every Monday
(vacation break in July and August)
1900
3.569
+/- QRM
Morse Code practice. 60 to 140 characters/min (12 to 28 words/min). At speeds higher than 100 cpm (20 wpm), almost only in plain text to allow practicing "copying in your head". Afterwards, the latest HTC club news if any is available. At the end we conduct short confirmation QSOs.
Ops = HB9UH Hans and HB9DEO Robi

 

CW for Beginners (Newcomers) 
 
Date
Time
(HBT)
QRG (MHz) Topic
 Every 1st and 3rd Thursday

 Every 2nd and 4th Thursday

(vacation break in July and August)
2030

7.033

3.569
+/-
QRM
QRV for CW newcomers, those picking up CW again and QRP fans.
Standard QSOs – 40 to 80 cpm (7 to 12 wpm).
Op = HB9DEO Robi and HB9EWO Clemens

 

 

 

 

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