To WARA members, ham class students, and guests
You are invited to the 2018 WARA Ham Class Graduation.
DATE: Monday, April 23, 2018
TIME: 1900 hours
LOCATION: Royal Theatre, Victoria
More information to follow.
Glenn Lindsey VE7GRQ
The WARA Ham Class is now meeting in the CRD Commons Room on Government at Fisgard with an enthusiastic group of soon-to-be hams. We are more than half way through the course and students are now visiting local ham stations. Here Pete, Eva, Chris and Ian visit with Rick VE7TK.
Want to learn Morse code?
WARA has code files on this site. Click on the Education link at the top of the page and you’ll find the files at the bottom of the drop-down window. Download them to your phone or a digital recorder, then play them back. Easy to learn. Just be persistent.
Once you’ve mastered the letters and the numbers, check out these online sites for three Morse code programs. I’ve used the first two but not the third (although I understand it’s good, too.)
The nice thing about all three of these programs is the number of YouTube ‘help’ videos to help you configure and run them. Enjoy.
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A warm congratulation to hams who obtained their Basic and/or upgraded to Advanced on completion of the WARA ham course. If you hear our new graduates on the air, why not congratulate them yourself?
And thanks to Robin VE7DFI for the donation of an Icom V-80 and to Jennifer Verrall for the donation of a Wouxun handheld, which were won by two of the new hams during the graduation social event at the Lido Bistro, organized by Glenn VE7GRQ.
||Basic + Advanced
||Basic + Advanced