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  Morse code - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Morse code is a method for transmitting information, using standardized sequences of short and long marks or pulses — commonly known as "dots" and "dashes" — for the letters, numerals, punctuation and special characters of a message.
Morse code can be transmitted in a number of ways: originally as electrical pulses along a telegraph wire, but also as an audio tone, as a radio signal with short and long pulses or tones, or as a mechanical or visual signal (e.g.
Morse code was used as an international standard for maritime communication until 1999 when it was replaced by the Global Maritime Distress Safety System.
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 Morse code - tScholars.com
Morse code is a method for transmitting information, using standardized sequences of short and long marks or pulses — commonly known as "dots" and "dashes" — for the letters, numerals and special characters of a message.
Morse code is the only digital modulation mode designed to be easily read by humans without a computer, making it appropriate for sending automated digital data in voice channels.
Morse's original code specification, largely limited to use in the United States, became known as Railroad or American Morse code, and is now very rarely used.
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Morse code is now mainly used by amateur (ham) radio operators.
A familiar example of PDM is the International Morse Code, used in ship-to-shore The International Morse Code may be sent with the same set of flags.
Morse code is entering the 21st century -- or at least the late 20th.
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He entered an agreement with Alfred Vail who built more practical equipment.
Vail developed a system in which each letter or symbol is sent individually, using combinations of dots, dashes, and pauses.
When considered as a standard for information encoding, Morse code had a successful lifespan that has not yet been surpassed by any other encoding scheme.
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