CW and Digital Communications

CW (Continuous Wave) and Digital Communications are two distinct modes of operation in ham radio. CW refers to the continuous transmission of a frequency, often used to send Morse code, and is known for its narrow bandwidth and high signal-to-noise ratio. Digital Communications, on the other hand, encompass various digital modes like RTTY, PSK31, and FT8, allowing for the transmission of text, images, and even video.

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