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    Recognizing characters from a burst of only dits can be challenging. The natural tendency is to try and count them, but try to stay focused on the subtle change in rhythm and just “know” what the correct character is.

    The attached file should be saved and played back with G4FON code software.
    Start by setting the Actual Character Speed to 15 WPM and set the spacing between characters to the slowest setting…..

    Experiment with faster speeds (20, 25 and 30 WPM) but keep G4FON’s Effective Code Speed settings low. You should start to discern the difference between the burst of dits (again try not to count them).

    Some will think “Dit is crazy”, “How is Dit possible?” or come to believe that the father of Morse Code is our “Dit Dah”. 🙂 Enjoy Dit Fun 🙂

    - Mike (K1WVO)
    Nashua Area Radio Club

    k1wvo@arrl.net
    Visit us on the web at - https://www.n1fd.org

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    If you like the DIT file please let me know. You may want to return to the K7QO CD and listen to files: 028.mp3, 011.mp3 and 054.mp3

    Any new ideas or suggestions that can help folks learn to recognize some of their trouble characters: F, L, B, V etc. are welcome. What works for you may work for others as well.

    Practice, Practice, Practice… the best Practice comes from ON the Air contacts!

    - Mike (K1WVO)
    Nashua Area Radio Club

    k1wvo@arrl.net
    Visit us on the web at - https://www.n1fd.org

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