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Morse Code Websites
Morse code is a method of transmitting letters and symbols by using beep sounds. The most famous example is the SOS call which would sound like beep-beep-beep beeeeep-beeeeep-beeeeep beep-beep-beep. In written Morse code, this would be viewed as: ... --- ...
Linux software for the ham community, specifically xdemorse, a GTK-based application for decoding and displaying Morse code signals.
A computer-simulated Vibroplex semi-automatic Morse Code key, created with Macromedia Flash. It shows the workings of a bug and teaches the part names.
Morse Telegraph Club
Dedicated to preserving the history of telegraphy, with forums to discuss historic usage as well as modern applications.
ARRL Country Code List
Official list of Ham call sign prefixes for all countries. Those participating in DX contests will also need the listed ITU and CQ magazine numbers for the various zones and regions.
FISTS CW Club
Society founded by the late Geo Longden G3ZQS, dedicated to the continued use and training of Morse Code.