Here’s a quick demonstration of Morse Code at 6 words per minute (WPM).
I just cover the alphabet and a few punctuation marks in this video.
Your takeaway should be that it’s not too hard to learn Morse code.
Years ago to get your novice license, you just had to be proficient at 5 WPM. That’s even slower.
My mentor, Jim Cluett – W1PID, told me that the test lasted five minutes and you had to copy perfect code for a minute straight at any point during the five minutes.
With a little practice you can do that. If you want to hear Morse code at different speeds, just go to the ARRL page that updates new Morse code practice MP3 files on a routine basis.