Monday, June 14, 2021

Recognition for Slow Speed CW Net

The K1USN Radio Club in Massachusetts has won the 2021 CWOps Award for Advancing the Art of CW, in recognition of its weekly SST, or Slow Speed [con]Test, net. The Morse code promotion group said the net "provides a place for new and unpracticed CW operators to gather and operate at relaxed speeds in a friendly and encouraging manner that helps them continue to improve their CW skills."

K1USN is a club made up of civilian, former and current military radio hobbyists. Information on its SST net may be found at <>.

CWOps is an organization made up of hams who can send and receive Morse code at speeds of at least 25 words per minute. It sponsors the CW Academy, scholarships, the above award and many on-air activities. For more information, visit <>.