ARRL Farnsworth Spacing Configuration

The ARRL Farnsworth Spacing Configuration mimics the poplar American Radio Relay League's spacing. This is a "Farnsworth" Spacing Configuration which means that it can have different Characters Per Minute (CPM) and WPM.

As of July 1, 2001, the ARLL dropped the standard CPM from 18 to 15 CPM. This Spacing Configuration uses 15 CPM. If you would still like to use the older 18 CPM, create a new Custom Farnsworth Spacing Configuration and set the CPM to 18.

Creating a New ARRL Farnsworth Spacing Configuration
Click the New Spacing Configuration button on the WinMorse Toolbar.
This will make the "New Spacing Configuration Type" window appear. Select the "ARRL Farnsworth Spacing" option, then click the "OK" button. The New Spacing Configuration Type Window

This will make the "New ARRL Farnsworth Spacing Configuration" window appear. Type the desired WPM in the "ARRL Farnsworth WPM" field. Valid values for this field are 1-100.

As you type, the "Configuration Name" field will automatically change, giving this configuration a nice default name. You may overwrite the default Configuration Name with any name you chose. You may click the lock icon to toggle it to the locked state to prevent the Configuration Name from changing as you are typing a new WPM.

Press OK to accept these settings and to create the new Spacing Configuration.
The New ARRL Farnswoth Spacing Configuration Window