Just when you thought you’ve seen (nearly) everything….
If you use the Chrome browser (for best results, apparently), check this out:
This is kewl.
Good morning Matt, very interesting idea and not to bad if you want to improve your CW skills! I am always open to new stuff and this for sure is new to me. I will have to look more closely at in on my Windows machine (on the Mac at this time and no Chrome on this machine) and see what it’s all about. Mike
Just finished a QSO with a guy on a train in NYC….this is fun and I will probably use it when I travel there next week.
Thanks for posting
The dark green font is very difficult to see on a black background.
Finally! I had searched hard and long for morse chat online but it was nowhere to be found. A year later I searched the google again and find this a few results down the first page. Thank you for making this. I look forward to practicing with other “morsers” as I call ’em. I’m no official “hammer” (haha) but I love this!
I’m from Brazil, and I’m an old telegraph operator. Long time no use that, because I didnt find any channel for practice. I hope can use in this channel and to remember my good times like a great telegrapher when I was in Brazilian Air Force.
73 for all people
How could I to have a connection with operators here, I need help.
Great on-line cw chat program… live chat…. no callsign needed.. no licence needed… no rig needed… no registrations… just download it… and use it… what is it? CWCOM from http://www.mrx.com.au/d_cwcom.htm scroll down to Download.. and click Here.
You can use keyboard… straight key… mouse… paddle key… joystick…
further help and info on settings and configs, plus a load of informative tips and stuff to help you enjoy cwcom https://morsepower.blogspot.co.uk/p/blog-page.html
Looking forward to chatting there…
de GEMS 73 va dit dit
The site http://www.mrx.com.au/d_cwcom.htm is no longer serviced….
For downloading the CWCOM PROGRAM use the blogsite
how do i enter a channel on this please help
I do/did have a call sign back in ’07, if I recall. I received my technician license at that time. My father was in communications in the Army during Korea and the Air Force during Vietnam. It was such an honor to share morse code experience with him. He taught it to me at a very early age. It would be great to have a chat room specifically for us hams.
CWCOM is alive and well… it is “live” on line Morse chat and practice. As mentioned above…. NO callsign needed…. NO registration…… NO Log-in password. Works on Windows… can be made to work on LINUX and MAC machines…. full information, and download link on blogsite https://morsepower.blogspot.com/ G3MS is QRV on the default channel from 08:30 G.M.T. until about 23:00 G.M.T DAILY, if you need any help or just to chat and practice… GREAT PLACE FOR NEW USERS TO GAIN “KEY CONFIDENCE” BEFORE GOING ON THE AIR. 73 G3MS ( Gerry – qth Portsmouth, England )
Good morning, my name is Mike KI4TOL, and I have an old keyer in Maine that would love to use his code skills. I am in Washington State, and he is in Maine WA1YKB, I am not good at code, but I was thinking that if we could start keying each other, he would have fun (@80+ years old) and I could become better at code Thanks for any and all help 🙂 KI4TOL 73s
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