There are thousands of Morse Code resources online but here I'm
bringing together resources for the absolute beginner, to get you
Morse code is a language and to learn a new language you will need to learn the basics and practice.
Chill out for a few minutes and watch some old U.S. Military [army and navy] videos. Why? because they teach the correct principles and techniques. When Morse Code was used by the military, lives were at stake, it wasn't just a fun hobby as we play with today. Their techniques and practice skills needed to be the best, and it holds true today for us today... so grab a coffee and sit back and enjoy these old vids.
Now you understand the basics of the rhythm, your posture, the
preferred timing of your sending it's time for you to
learn the characters. It's almost a case of close your
eyes and listen, to just a couple of characters at first, then
gradually add more as you go along.
The best training software is NOT a mobile phone app... where you type in what you hear. You need a laptop or PC and should download the software called JustLearnMorseCode [written by Sigurd Stenersen LB3KB].
Before you begin running the software with 26 letters, all the
numbers and punctuation... grab another cup of coffee and let's set
up the software... to beginner level. You have the rest of your life
to speed-up and be a worlds-best operator.
Each of these images will link to a dedicated webage where I share my Amateur Radio projects or travel pages.