Morse Code Emitter

This Demonstration converts written messages to Morse code sound. The "time" controller is the time it takes for a dot to be transmitted (dashes, spaces, and silences between characters are proportional to this time).



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Morse code was created by Samuel F. B. Morse in the early 1840s. This code was created to transmit messages in a time when voice messages transmission was impossible. Morse code has spread to many applications that are still in use.
The times required to transmit the elements in the signal are: dot = , dash = , pause between elements within a character = , pause between letters = , and pause between words = (the value of is controlled by the "time" slider).
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