Silent Keys (Updated 04/29/2022 at 1:26 PM)
Marshall County Amateur Radio Club - Silent Keys
Silent Key is a dignified term going back to wired telegraphy, adopted in the early days of ham radio when only Morse code was used to honor a CW operator whose key will not be heard again. This tradition has carried over into modern times when voice, video and data have been added to the amateur radio repertoire. Considering the prosign SK as “end of transmission,” the double meaning of SK is very fitting.
|2022||Nellans, Robert (Bob)||K9DE||Argos|
|2022||Turner, Charles (Chuck)||KC9PRJ||Plymouth|
|2020||Stephan, Michael (Mike)||KB9MDQ||Tippecanoe|
|1968||Mattern, Charles (Chuck)||K9ZLQ||Plymouth|