From my extensive “Ham Radio Humor” collection.
BEST WISHES TO ALL!
This year’s ham club Christmas Dance was not an enjoyable as last year’s due to poor band conditions.
Wilbur Assumed his magnet-wire dipole was invisible to the homeowners’ association but the first snowstorm of the season proved him wrong!
We want to wish everyone in The Nashua Area Radio Club a very –
And we hope that the “Big Guy” brings lots of radio toys for everyone this Holiday Season! You’ve all been good!
Have a wonderful Holiday Season and a Happy, Healthy and Prosperous New Year!
Fred, AB1OC and Anita, AB1QB
How’s your Morse code ear? Try copying the Morse through the music QRM!
Baby Come Back to Me (The Morse Code Of Love) by The Crests. The primary doo-wop syllables are dit and dot. This song was later covered by The Manhattan Transfer
Brown Eyed Girl by Van Morrison. It sounds like he says dit dah repeatedly at the end of the song but is actually saying “bit by bit”
Der Telegraph by Welle: Erdball
London Calling by The Clash uses guitar feedback at the end of the song to create the letters “S.O.S.” in Morse code.
Lucifer by The Alan Parsons Project leads off with Morse which is repeated but sometimes overcome by the music
On Her Majesty’s Secret Service by The Propellerheads. Morse is used to spell out OHMSS.
One by Metallica. In the music video, Morse is used for the severely handicapped veteran to communicate.
Planet Claire by the B52s leads off with a Morse message (the text of which is actually an automated message from a Canadian maritime automated weather station)
Radio KAOS solo album by Roger Waters. This album includes a number of Morse code sequences.
Radioactivity by Kraftwerk used Morse code extensively in the song.
Sub-Rosa Subway by Klaatu. This Canadian band includes a Morse lyric in their song.
Timber by Coldcut. spells “S.O.S” in the beginning.
Wireless Fantasy by Vladimir Ussachevsky.
For more fun, see the article entitled Morse Code Goes To Video