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Title: Available for QRS Newbies.
Post by: KD8IIC on February 09, 2013, 07:20:42 AM
I am available to anyone wanting to sked a slow code practice QSO's. First Timers are most welcome! email lanerdaner@yahoo.com
I work odd hours and can sked for early afternoons and after midnights est weekdays.Weekends more flexible.
Thanks es 73 de n8aft.  :)


Title: RE: Available for QRS Newbies.
Post by: 2E0OZI on February 10, 2013, 02:38:41 AM
Transatlantic?? ;D


Title: RE: Available for QRS Newbies.
Post by: KD8IIC on February 10, 2013, 10:15:57 PM
I'm up and going at 0600utc.Ready on 40 or 80m conditions permitting.  lane


Title: RE: Available for QRS Newbies.
Post by: 2E0OZI on February 11, 2013, 04:40:48 AM
Next week OK Lane? I'm off work next week and 40m might be worth a crack.  ;D


Title: RE: Available for QRS Newbies.
Post by: MI6OTW on February 12, 2013, 06:52:33 AM
I would also be interested , on 40 Mtrs most nights.
73 De Paul .


Title: RE: Available for QRS Newbies.
Post by: KD8IIC on February 14, 2013, 10:04:55 PM
Okay and Thanks for the replys. I listed my email address in the first posting for you to contact me directly and then we'll sked your contact from there. Thanks and 73 Lane. :)


Title: RE: Available for QRS Newbies.
Post by: N4MJG on February 17, 2013, 09:32:30 AM
I'M still newbie since 2006 i never got a change to get on cw yet back 2006 i need to cw going plus with hearing problem but with headphone to help me hearing ! i first got on skcc my hand was shaky adn gave up but willing to trying again!

I have A QRP FT 817ND,I HAVE BOTH STREIGHT AND PADDLE KEY whenever i go vacation will take my FT 817ND with me ! but anyhow my code like very slow 7 wpm untill i get very good at it and will go little faster no more then 10-15 wpm !  ;D

73
Jackie
N4MJG
SKCC#7305
NAQCC#5233
BEEN HAMMING SINCE 2001


Title: RE: Available for QRS Newbies.
Post by: K7KY on March 22, 2013, 11:33:23 AM
Thanks Lane....  I took Lane up on this kind offer and we worked Ohio <> Oregon on 40m & 80m @ 0500z, but just barely.  Our QSO is a good example of the efficiency of CW over voice.  We would not have heard each other on SSB.  Lane is very supportive and encouraging. He made getting back on CW after 21yrs much less stressful.  I recommend him to anyone wanting to get on the air CW with minimum stress.

Doug W7SPY


Title: RE: Available for QRS Newbies.
Post by: KD8IIC on March 23, 2013, 01:51:51 AM
Thanks for the kind words Doug and your check is in the mail, hi...73 from Lane..de  N8AFT sk ..