Tom Walsh, K1TW, writes on the Billerica ARS mailing list:
Bruce Blain, K1BG, will give an amateur radio software demonstration at the Billerica Amateur Radio Society meeting on December 1, 2021 at 7 PM.
Bruce, W1LUS, will distribute the zoom link separately.
Bruce, K1BG, will join us with another one of his great presentations. This time Bruce will focus on a couple of software programs (i.e., RufzXP and Morse Runner), along with a demonstration of their use. “Rufz” is the abbreviation of the German word “Rufzeichen-Hören”, which means “Listening to Callsigns”. RufzXP is an excellent training software for improving code speed and CW practice. Morse Runner is a Windows-based contest simulator developed by Alex Shovkoplyas, VE3NEA. Tools are also available to run Morse Runner on Mac computers.
Both programs are one of the many instruction tools used by CW Ops and CW Academy.
Following the presentation, we will invite the members to offer other suggestions of software they use on a regular basis to enhance their amateur radio pleasure. And, if there is interest, we can look into providing demonstrations at future meetings.
The business meeting and open discussion on any other topics will conclude the evening. So please join us for another friendly and informative BARS meeting.
About our evening speaker:
Bruce K1BG is an instructor for CW Academy, Bruce has recently been elected as President of the Nashoba Valley Amateur Radio Club which meets in Pepperell, MA. He is also the Affiliated Club Coordinator (ACC) in the Eastern Massachusetts ARRL section.[For Zoom conference details, email Bruce Anderson, W1LUS, at w1lus -at- hotmail -dot- com.]