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Ad Number:1529932
Date Placed:03/09/21
Name:Fred Silveira
Phone Number:e-mail only
Callsign:K6RAU
Category:ANNOUNCE
Heading:Morse Code Course for Beginners
Ad Message:The K6RAU beginners code course for those not knowing
a dit from a dah is available at the following url link:
https://k6rau.podomatic.com
The course first introduces the individual to learn code by sound
and progresses in 12 lessons to five words per minute.
A lesson is about 30 minutes and recommendation is to listen to
each twice before moving on to the next one.
At the time the code course was produced and recorded, the alphabet
of 'Able, Baker, Charlie', etc., were still common phonetics being used
within amateur radio before the now current 'Delta, Echo, Foxtrot', etc...
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Allied_Military_phonetic_spelling_alphabets
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Due to the amount of non-ham scammers trying to respond to the ads, I am now asking a simple question that ham operators should easily be able to answer, but scammers may not know the answer: What is the number that hams use to represent the phrase "Best Regards"? This number is typically transmitted by hams at the end of a QSO.
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