Friday, August 2, 2019

Morse with your mouth to work DX

Sometimes you can try lots of times, the station on the other end is patient, but no matter what  you can't get your callsign across correctly. It might be one letter or several. You're just about to give up, maybe hoping conditions would improve so you can call later. 

While Morse is no longer a requirement to be on HF, many amateurs still know it. And that can be useful even if  you don't have a key. In this video I explain using Morse with your mouth to get your callsign across. 

Have you ever resorted to unconventional ways to get your callsign across? What were they? I'd love to hear. Please leave them in the comments below.

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