Current Month

Each month the latest version of the club’s  newsletter  “Solid Copy”   is posted here for you to read.

The newsletter will cover the last month’s news and provide articles about CW-related topics including, News and Notes, Giving Back, CW Academy, New Members, CWops Tests, CWops Member Awards, QTX Report, and My Story: New Member Biographies. It may include photos, audio files, and other content.  Members are encouraged to submit articles about their personal ham radio adventures or interests. Scroll to the bottom of this page for related contact information.

Solid Copy No 17 1- April 2024

President’s Message
Editor’s Notes: DX Month
How We Were: KK9TT
Info: Dayton Hamvention CWops Dinner
Info: NA CW Weekend
Info: DXPedition to Vanuatu
KO8SCA: The Making Of A DXpeditioner
K5GS: The TX5S Clipperton Island Story
VK3QB: Inaugural Activity Weekend Results
How To Become A Ragchew Expert
VK3QB: CWops Give Back in Oceania
New Members
Giving Back
CW Academy
CWops Member Awards
QTX: The Art of Conversational CW
My Story: New Member Introductions

Content Deadline: The first of any month to be appear that month.

We welcome any member to submit material for “Solid Copy” by emailing your input to the newsletter editor Dick Strassburger, N9EEE:

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For previous Years’  Solid Copy Newsletters visit the archive area

The Internet Archive is now hosting back issues of the CWops newsletter, Solid Copy, from 2010 through last month’s issue as an alternate resource to our own website archive. There are powerful search facilities to select years etc and global text search capability across the whole archive back to February 2010. Try it and see what you think.

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