Our goal is to bring together Amateur Radio operators who enjoy communicating by Morse Code (CW).
CWops encourages the use of CW in Amateur communications, and itsupports CW activity through planned events. CWops promotes goodwill among Amateurs throughout the world, and it fosters the education of young people and others in matters related to Amateur Radio.
CWops is International in scope, membership and management. Its focus is the use of CW, whether for contesting, DXing or ragchewing. Moreover, it supports every form of sending — if it’s CW, CWops supports it!
The procedure for becoming a member is explained on the Membership page. See the BYLAWS and the ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION for the details of how the Club is administered, its goals, and membership process.
To find CWops friends on the bands, look "on the 8’s”: CWops Primary Frequencies (MHz):
1.818, 3.528, 7.028, 10.118, 14.028, 18.078, 21.028, 24.908, and 28.028
CU on the bands soon!
Check them out here:
CW OPS also run the CW academy
CW Academy is a program put on by the CW Operators’ Club aimed at increasing the number of competent CW operators on the HF CW sub-bands. It addresses all levels of enthusiasts: from those aspiring to become licensed operators who want to learn and use Morse code; to veteran operators who are intent on increasing their CW skills, speed and
Check out their website here: