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Morse Code Machine



52 Comments on Morse Code Machine

  1. Not accessible on my iPad 2, but works fine on Safari browser on PPC Macintosh. I can send Morse Code at 40 words per minute, and have been using it as a ham radio operator for many decades, but this is fun and a good way for beginners to learn.

  2. Where is it????? it was there yesterday!!! i am a ham Radio operator and am looking 4 this app cause i wana learn CW. And it realy was there just yesterday.

  3. bbooorring

  4. Wherw did it go 😦

  5. Anonymous // June 3, 2015 at 5:46 pm // Reply

    where is the machine? All I can find are comments!

  6. Sebby-Chan // June 1, 2015 at 9:11 am // Reply

    It won’t work for me….

  7. Can this be extended to allow letter input from keyboard and not just button/mouse press?

  8. how does this thing work

  9. It does take some time and effort.

  10. I really like it, super easy to practice and I wish to become good at it 😛
    The only few things that would make this app better would be as many other had said, to be able to use keyboard to select the letters.
    And also another thing that I would appriciate alot would be to add more letters from other languages. For example the letters: Å, Ä and Ö for me who is swedish. But all in all this is a really great app.

  11. How do I play this

  12. I failed again

  13. I failed

  14. fun

  15. this is cool im doing a projeced on it and im lurning fast

  16. very cool

  17. brillant

  18. Very good but I found it confusing

  19. This is very cool but it’s confusing

  20. Alan Jenkins // April 30, 2015 at 5:09 am // Reply

    Bad font choice, the difference between the number 0 and the letter O is not obvious at first glance. The random pattern needs to be tweaked so it doesn’t repeat the same letter twice, doesn’t pick numbers as often and gives a better spread of choices, I’ve noticed certain letters come up very rarely while others come up frequently, and this is after using this web app for months.

  21. I learned Morse and used it everyday in the military over 45 years ago and once learned & used is never forgotten. I wish you had something to copy.

  22. they need to have this so you can use the keyboard instead of clicking, still amazing though

  23. try making secret codes with it.

  24. EPIC. LOL

  25. Bro of god // April 20, 2015 at 9:11 pm // Reply

    It was awesome I loved it

    Best

  26. Bro of god // April 20, 2015 at 9:09 pm // Reply

    Cool

  27. this is confusing and cool

  28. aquarius7373 // April 16, 2015 at 1:02 pm // Reply

    I kinda wish I could check off which letters/numbers I want to practice. Obviously, numbers don’t need to be practices as often as letters :/

  29. This was great. It would be good if I could use the computer keyboard instead of mouse clicking. Then training your ear could be done “in the zone” without looking at the screen. Also, the noise characteristics should be customizable.

  30. Very intersting

  31. noodlehead // March 30, 2015 at 5:48 am // Reply

    i have learnt it all

  32. Officer johnson // March 23, 2015 at 7:11 pm // Reply

    Awesome
    I like it

  33. Officer johnson // March 23, 2015 at 7:10 pm // Reply

    Awesome

  34. Please send help in trouble

  35. I like it

  36. I like morse
    Becase it is cool

  37. hard to distinguish “O” from zeros. still amazing

  38. I love it

  39. lets get started

  40. this is epic and fab

  41. That was fun!

  42. FANTABULOUS!!!!!!

  43. tip use left mouse or pad button

  44. thanx for this machine..

  45. cool

  46. I copied the letters/numbers and told my school and everybody likes it

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