You probably have come here because you were looking for software. Software to train reading Morse code, software to train Morse keying or software to run CW mode or even COHERENT CW mode on your amateur radio equipment from your PC.
Below you find a list of downloadable software, free of charge. Just select what you are looking for.
If you have problems with downloading or any questions related to the software, you should send me an EMail. 73, Ernst DJ7HS
This piece of software helps you to train your Morse/CW keying abilities.
Just connect your straight or semiautomatic key to a Morse buzzer and connect the buzzer's output to the audio input of your PC or laptop.
Or - with just a small one-resistor-interface and a serial RS232/COM interface - connect your key directly to the PC.
The program will show you what you are keying, mark and space, dots and dashes. It will even try to decode the Morse characters you have formed.
A page with FAQ and help information on PCW Fistcheck V 3.2 is available here.
PCW-Fistcheck-setup.zip Download from here (qsl.net)
Yes, yet another Morse/CW training program.
I have used this one (and its earlier versions) for teaching to read Morse code with much success since 1993.
The latest version V 6.0 now is a genuine Windows program. It supports random characters and variable speed. Of course, the Farnsworth training method is supported. This program has just been adapted for Windows 10 and will still see some improvements in the future.
PCW-Tutor-60-setup.zip Download from here (qsl.net)
A page with FAQ and help information on PCW Tutor V 6.0 is available here.
PCW TUTOR V 4.6, the last version designed for DOS, needs a PC sound card to support morse output and
can use random words from an editable list. This final DOS version runs on DOS computers as well as on PCs running Windows up to Windows XP SP3.
This version is still available in case you want to use a computer running DOS.
Download from here (qsl.net)
No download, only available upon special request
These notes have been prepared by Peter Lumb, G3IRM, in 1995. They give you some idea how COHERENT CW operates.
This document gives you some insight into the theory behind COHERENT CW.