The Art & Skill of Radio-Telegraphy
William G. Pierpont N0HFF
-Second Revised Edition-
Contents
 
       Title
       Preface
       Introduction
       Is the Radiotelegraph Code Obsolete?
       An Overview -- Where We Are Going
 

Part ONE - Learning the Code

Chapter  1  - How to go About It Efficiently -- An Outline

Chapter  2  - Principles of Skill Building.and Attitudes For Success

Chapter  3  - Let's Begin with the ABC's  -Laying the Foundation

Chapter  4  - Building the First Floor On a Solid Foundation

Chapter  5  - Practice To Gain Proficiency

Chapter  6  - How fast? - The Wrong Question

Chapter  7  - Listening or "Reading" - "Copying InYour Head"

Chapter  8  - Copying -- Getting It Written Down

Chapter  9  - Sending and The "Straight" Key

Chapter 10 - Other Keys

Chapter 11 - Furthur Development of skills

Chapter 12 - How Long Will It Take to Learn?

Chapter 13 - Memory

Chapter 14 - The "Ear"

Chapter 15 - Timing

Chapter 16 - Other Methods -- Variations and Comments

Chapter 17 - Common Errors and What to Do About Them

Chapter 18 - Computer Programs and Tapes For Learning And
                     Improving Skill In code
 
Part TWO, Related Items of Interest
 
Chapter 19 - A Brief History of Morse Telegraphy

Chapter 20 - Learning the American Morse Code

Chapter 21 - Methods Not Recommended

Chapter 22 - Word Lists For Practice

Chapter 23 - Making Sure You're Understood

Chapter 24 - Band Widths and Key Clicks

Chapter 25 - Code Courses and Devices Advertised in the Older Days

Chapter 26 - Speed Contests

Chapter 27 - Abbreviations

Chapter 28 - Letter Frequency Counts

Chapter 29 - The Koch Researches

Chapter 30 - The Candler System

Chapter 31 - The So-Called Farnsworth Method

Chapter 32 - Other Alphabets

Chapter 33 - A Brief History Of  U.S. Amateur Licensing Requirements and Military Training

Chapter 34 - Examples Which Illustrate The Nature of Real Skills
 

Sources

Appendix - A plain text file for Morse practice
 

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