Finally! Morse code training that enables enjoyable QSOs without pencil and paper. You will truly enjoy CW operation once you’re not dependent on writing down letters and numbers — just so you can read them back to yourself a moment later!
Ask yourself how many times you’ve tried to learn to copy in your head only to give up in frustration. That’s because any code teaching method that makes use of pencil and paper establishes the wrong habits from the very start.
A far better approach
MorseFusion addresses the fundamental problem encountered by everyone trying to copy in their head: the brain is too busy decoding an incoming character and it simply doesn’t have the time to string all the received characters into a word. And forming a meaningful sentence is completely out of the question. But the solution is not to start writing or typing.
It turns out that the most effective way to learn Morse code is with an emphasis on brain training in the initial phases — first becoming very comfortable with text spelled out entirely in spoken English, forming mental words and sentences. It’s a required skill that is considerably easier to develop in English than in code because it builds on well established neural pathways.
Then very gradually replace voiced English letters and numbers with the corresponding Morse code — one at a time and at your own pace. This begins to establish new neural connections. With practice, you will be copying text sent entirely in code without typing or writing a single character!
Learning Morse code with MorseFusion
Your custom-tailored listening sessions are complemented with CheX, our state-of-the-art intelligent code tutor that will immediately spot your errors and take corrective action. Unlike outdated Morse code trainers, CheX provides custom-tailored exercises with emphasis on your problem characters until you get them right all the time. Only CheX provides instantaneous feedback that is so critical to rapid learning — you know immediately whether you decoded the character correctly.
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