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Thanks for the introduction. Very well written, easy to understand and was an encouragement to me. Don - K9UAV.
The International Morse Code, also reffered to as C. W Continuous Wave in the amatuer circles, is considered the international language of the radio amateur. Knowledge of the International Morse code is necessary for obtaining a General grade amateur wireless license in India.
These notes are presented here to assist persons wishing to learn the code for their own enjoyment. Also, many of the attractions of amateur radio are enhanced by the ability to operate using Morse code. Indeed, many hams in rare foreign countries operate only using Morse code, and some exotic operating modes, such as moon-bounce communications, are much easier using Morse code as opposed to voice transmission. A modified version of that code is in use today by ham radio operators world-wide.
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Forgot Password? Five words a minute was the requirement for the entry level Novice license and also for the renewable, but VHF only, Technician ticket. A General or Advanced class required 13 wpm and it was 20 wpm for an Extra. In the code requirement was eliminated for the Technician class, in it was reduced to 5wpm for all classes that still required code and in the code requirement was eliminated entirely.
Once Morse code has been learned it can be used for making contacts or QSOs with stations around the globe. Morse code is a very effective form of communication, allowing low powered ham radio stations to make contacts or QSOs with other ham radio stations all around the globe. Morse code transmissions have many advantages and can enable low powered stations or those with simpler equipment or smaller antennas to make the long distance contacts they may want to make.