Here’s how to say, “I am alive” in Morse Code.
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how to learn morse code, learning morse code | admin, 8 Dec 10
By KE5GHC, December 30, 2010 @ 9:18 pm
It might be a limitation of my eyes or my monitor, but I think that phrase says “I at alive”.
Nice site. Thanks for the effort.
By admin, December 30, 2010 @ 9:22 pm
Thanks for the comment. I just double checked, and it is indeed two “-” signs, but the computer thinks its smart and is adding them together. I tried separating them with a space, but then it looked like two T’s
By KE5GHC, December 30, 2010 @ 9:25 pm
After looking at your “Morse Code Alphabet” in the next post, I see that my monitor is not displaying the white space between “dahs”. The “dahs” display correctly for me in the tag cloud. They look to be a hair larger than in the post.
By admin, December 30, 2010 @ 9:28 pm
Yeah, I think it’s the font that the website is using. Thanks for pointing that out – I’ll need to change the font for better readability. Good call!
By T. Uppili Srinivasan, SDE RTTC, December 25, 2011 @ 4:36 pm
I am a lecturer at BSNL Regional Telecom Training Centre at Maraimalainagar. I was trained in Morse code for 9 months and I had worked on morse circuits for about 10 years. I am teaching this code to engg college students, who visit our RTTC at MM nagar. Wonderful code still used today also. Our SMS comes on this morse code only. [.../--/...] this is sms code.
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