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Offline ok1dxk

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Hello from OK1DXK
« on: January 26, 2014, 12:19:56 UTC »
Thanks for invitation to the QRP Club.
Something about me: I have been HAM for 30+ years, worked almost QRP on HF. 
At the beginning, I used homebrew equipment, now Elecraft K2 (built from kit) on the table and Yaesu FT-840 (on the shelf just now). Antenna: multiband vertical 80 to 10 m, inverted VEE for 80 m. Modes: almost CW, in past RTTY, PSK31, SSTV, etc.
Member of OK QRP Club.
72, 73
Jiri, OK1DXK

Offline VK6MB

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Re: Hello from OK1DXK
« Reply #1 on: January 26, 2014, 13:41:19 UTC »
Welcome to the QRP club, Jiri.
I'm also trying to learn Morse but being 62, it is taking me a while  ;D

73 Mike VK6MB as I dash of to get the  koláce ready for the snídane  ;D

Offline ok1dxk

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Re: Hello from OK1DXK
« Reply #2 on: January 26, 2014, 14:39:43 UTC »
Hello Mike,
pie is my favourite meal for breakfast  :-).
I'm trying to learn programming in C language (for Arduino programming) and it is not easy for me being only about 10 years younger than you... Learning seems to be difficult in any age, in higher age it even can take longer, but it is still possible... BTW, do you know Morse Runner, a program for practice CW?
73
Jiri, OK1DXK

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Re: Hello from OK1DXK
« Reply #3 on: January 26, 2014, 17:45:20 UTC »
BTW, do you know Morse Runner, a program for practice CW?


Hi, Jiri, welcome aboard!

Some program here (Morse Runner included).
72 de Nicola

Offline VK6MB

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Re: Hello from OK1DXK
« Reply #4 on: January 27, 2014, 00:10:15 UTC »
Pie it is then, Jiri  ;D
Yes I have seen Morse Runner but havn't use it yet

73 Mike - as he runs off to clean the Tavern windows (My real job now I am semi-retired.... I think that is a legitimate term for being made redundant  ;D  )

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Re: Hello from OK1DXK
« Reply #5 on: January 31, 2014, 18:55:18 UTC »

Hello Jiri,

Welcome to the club, sure you will love it.

72 Michel VE2TH  QRP