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Old 09-15-2018, 7:16 PM
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Arrow Morse Code... have a read...

I found this buried in my Evernote clippings from 2012. Want to learn CW? Want to translate text into sound or light? Or use an audio decoder? Some really interesting things!

I especially love the translator tool.... fun.

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Old 09-16-2018, 6:13 AM
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Steve does have some very interesting stuff there! Thanks for the link!

I know Morse Code and tried the Morse Code Gaze but didn't get that to work too well (like he said; it's experimental).

He would make a great ham and could greatly contribute to the hobby in my humble opinion. It looks like his daytime job is to be a "think tank" in the IT world. Seems to be one smart fellow.

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