Whether you have some time on your commute, downtime on the weekend, or just want to learn a new skill, Dits-and-Dahs allows you to practice the code wherever you are.
Learn the letters or push yourself into the 30 WPM class, Dits-and-Dahs has the tools for all skill levels.
Each session is analysed for accuracy and errors. Whether you are just learning or if you are copying at 25+ WPM, Dits-and-Dahs can show you where you need to improve.
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Here is the most basic of training exercises. A letter plays and you guess which letter was played. As you get better, more letters are automatically introduced. More advanced users can skip to the end to enable all the letters and turn off the "correct"/"incorrect" indicator tone.
Once you learn the letters there are other activities to continue to advance your copying skills. One of those activities entails listening randomly chosen letters and record what you hear. At the end of the session the app will show you what mistakes were made.
To practice common words and callsigns you can play the app's challange-response game. You can have the word/callsign replayed, submit a guess, or decide to skip and move onto the next word/callsign.