Warren Munro (KH6WM) steps forward to launch a slow speed CW net for Hawaii hams.
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Accessed on 11 September 2022, 1304 UTC.
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Amateur Radio benefits from so many volunteers helping us learn new
operating skills and technologies. I’d like to list those that I know
but it would be too long. Next time you get support from a ham friend
make sure they get recognition. Volunteerism is what makes Amateur Radio
a viable radio service!
There are successful teaching groups like http://CWOps.org that can get
a student copying the letters and leaves the student to themselves
develop the ability to chat with others. To develop those skills,
students need time on the air with hams that will slow down to their
current skill level – PSE QRS often leads to SRI HAVE TO QRT.
Warren Munro (KH6WM) has stepped forward to launch a slow speed CW net
for Hawaii hams. He and other net NCS helpers are volunteering their
time to help build newcomers skills.
Here is Warren’s announcement.
To All Hawaii hams:
If you have 40-meter capability and have learned Morse Code, the Hawaii
Slow Speed CW Net (HSSN) can help you improve your CW operating ability
by providing on-air experience in an informal setting.
Net sessions are called up twice a week on 7118 KHz (alt frequency 7114
KHz) at 4:30 PM local on Wednesday afternoons and at 9 AM on Saturday
All are welcome to check in. Code speed is adjustable by NCS to
accommodate all stations.
Warren KH6WM is the HSSN Net Manager. For further details on the Net or
on Net procedures, he can be reached at KH6WM@arrl.net or 808-487-1863.
ARRL Pacific Section
Section Manager: Joseph Speroni, AH0A
Aloha es 73 de Russell Roberts (KH6JRM)
Public Information Officer
Hawaii County, ARRL Pacific Section