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Default Morse Code: One Wonders... and Begins to Think ! [ -- --- .-. ... . / -.-. --- -.. . ]

Morse Code: One Wonders... and Begins to Think !

1. Morse Code from "Wikipedia" the Free OnLine Encyclopedia
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190260 articles in the English version.
GoTo= http://en2.wikipedia.org/wiki/Morse_code
Topics 'about' Morse Code at Wikipedia a
- History of Morse Code
- American Morse Code
- Todays Modern International Morse Code
NOTE: Until 2003 the International Telecommunications Union (ITU)
mandated Morse Code proficiency as part of the amateur radio licensing
procedure throughout the world. In some countries, certain parts of
the amateur radio bands are still reserved for transmission of Morse
Code
signals only.
- Timing and Representation of Morse Code
- Letters in Morse Code
- Numbers in Morse Code
- Common Punctuation in Morse Code
- Special Symbols (Pro-Signs) in Morse Code
- Non-English Extensions (Characters) in Morse Code
- Commonly Abbreviations used Morse Code
- Sample Conversation using Morse Code
- Links to Morse Code Translators

2. Morse Code Table shows the Morse Code Characters for all Letters,
Numbers and Punctuation
GoTo= http://www.1728.com/morstest.htm

3. The simplicity of Morse Code Telegraphy
GoTo= http://www.rod.beavon.clara.net/morse.htm
Different Versions of Morse Code

4. Enchanted Learning . Com presents the Morse Code
GoTo= http://www.enchantedlearning.com/mor.../notopad.shtml
- Samuel Finley Breese Morse (1791-1872)
was an American Inventor and Painter.
- Also has information on the "Manual Alphabet"
which is commonly called [ Sign Language ]

5. Terrax . Org "Morse Code" by Shawn Steele
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"Teaching people about the world in which we live."
Has Morse Code "Translator" and Learning Game

6. Morse Code Practice Page presented by Simon Twigger [AA9PW]
GoTo= http://www.aa9pw.com/radio/morse.html

7. Morse Code Java Morse Code Translator
GoTo= http://www.soton.ac.uk/~scp93ch/mors...se/jtrans.html
- Translator Works both ways:
* Morse Code to Text
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8. The Morse Code ELMER presented by Edward Oros and Bob Cocco
GoTo= http://ac3l.com/morsemnu.htm
- International Morse Code Basics
- On-Line Morse Code Training
- Random On-Line Morse Code Testing


9. Morse Code Practice QSOs presented by Les Johnstone
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10. International Morse Code Information
WebPage presented by Larry Berta [VE3LXV]
GoTo= http://ww2.isys.ca/lberta/mrsecode.html

11. KO6YQ's Introduction to Morse Code presented by Ian Kluft KO6YQ
http://www.kluft.com/~ikluft/ham/morse-intro.html


Morse Code: One Wonders... and Begins to Think ~ RHF
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Bill [K5BY],

1. I would have logically thought that the "@" Sign would have
been represented as "A" (.-) and "T" (-) for [AT] (.--) Prosign.

but, But. BUT ! (.--) is already used for "W".

Oh... NEVER MIND !

TBL: So the Prosign "AC" (.--.-.) will be the "@" Sign in CW.


2. I would think that the "DOT" (Period) would simply be the
* CW "Period" (.-.-.-) {6}
* Vice Spelling Out "DOT" in CW as (-.. --- -) {9}


3. Question: How is the [World Wide Web] Anagram "WWW" sent ?
? Simply as "W W W" (.-- .-- .--) the three separate Letters.
? Or simply as "www" (.--.--.--) a compress 'www' Prosign.


ow... ~ RHF
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= = = wrote in message ...

Speaking of CW...

I read recently that the ITU is coming
up with a unique code for the @ sign.

I believe it's .--.-.
(didadadidadit, i.e., A and C sent as one).

73,
Bill, K5BY

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