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Morse code, invented by Sir Samuel Morse back in the late 19th Centuary,  is made up of a series of dots and dashes or
'dits and dah's for each letter of the alphabet including punctuation marks and numbers. Up until recently it was a
requirement to pass a City and Guilds exam and also a GPO exam for morse  to gain the old 'A' class Amateur radio
licence. This allowed the Amateur up to 400W output power and access to HF bands. In recent years, Morse code has
been dropped and does not form any part of  the Intermediate and Full licenses and has only an appreciation test, which
is quite simple, to gain with the Foundation entry level licence. It is no longer required for HF access.
CWGet IS A COMPUTER PROGRAM TO DECIPHER
MORSE CODE SO EVEN A BEGINNER CAN DECODE IT
Click here to download CWGet.zip (Right click
Morse Code Translator Courtesy of Stephen C Phillips &  Michael Ditto
Translation tool for Morse Code
Morse Code
Word document, morse code
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