MORSE TRAINING EQUIPMENT
The I6QON's Sounder transmitting monitor
The sounder has the stop standard insulated from the resonator plate and includes relay contact terminals. This "giant pattern sounder with rigid points" was 1917 part no. 507. Unusually well marked. The top of the wood base is stamped "4 ohms", "repeating sounder 2A", "W.U.T.Co." One stamp on the bottom (amoung others) indicated it went trough western Union's New York Repair Shop in 1927. Good condition, nice old-style terminals, and works with 1,5 volts DC dry battery.
HTV TMG-1 Rare Hungarian Training Console
This Console HTV type TMG-1 (It is made by the Hiradátechnikai Vállalat, Budapest, Hungaria around 1980, font DC7XJ) has been acquired in November 1998 on the occasion of the Fair National Market of the Radioamatore in Pescara. It is practically new ! The console has the n° of series 84314-03 , it has the possibility to vary the frequency of the tone from 400 Hz to 1300 Hz, the form of the acoustic note is a sinusoid, it is very pleasant to the listening. The headphone of the teacher has the fixed volume, while the 5 unities devoted to the students can vary the level of the audio .
Learn Morse Code
When you hear a character, you should know, without thinking, what it is. It should be a reflex .
That's the key to code proficiency. Through constant practice!
How to make practice?
The Morse Code's sound by AJ4OM