Monthly Archives: May 2011

A Cool New Way to Learn Morse Code

Together, a friend of mine and I, Bryan Campbell, designed a new Morse Code software that allows you to learn Morse Code from your computer, iPad, iPhone, or even other Smartphones.

Here’s a screenshot:

Morse Code Application


So here’s how this Morse Code Software works to help you learn Morse Code.

First, load the Morse Code Application onto your browser. Then, you’ll want to play around a bit with the Morse Code generator. As you play with the buttons, you’ll notice that the Morse Code software allows you to press the “dit,” the “dah,” “Next,” and “Start Over.” To clear the “Recent Letters” at the top of the Morse Code application, press refresh.

When you press “Next,” you’ll hear the Morse Code generator actually “Speak” the letter that you just wrote out in Morse Code using dits and dahs. In the future, we’re going to add some very cool features like, “Share this” and “Tweet this,” etc.

Please let me know your thoughts on this new Morse Code application – it’s brand new and still in Beta testing.


Jericho Morse Code – What Does Jericho Say in Morse Code?

Morse Code is used in the TV seried, “Jericho” in a variety of ways. In a few of the episodes, there is only one way to communicate – and that’s with Morse Code.

The transmissions Jericho with Morse Code happen pretty quickly, and the Morse Code is being transmitted pretty slopily as well.

Here is what the Jericho Morse Code says:

Jericho Episode: The Pilot
Jericho Morse Code: “Jericho Pilot”

Jericho Episode: Fallout
Jericho Morse Code: “Jericho Fallout”

Jericho Episode: Four Horsemen
Jericho Morse Code: “Jericho Three”

Jericho Episode: Walls of Jericho
Jericho Morse Code: “He knows Rob”

Jericho Episode: Federal Response
Jericho Morse Code: “There is a fire”

Jericho Episode: “9.02″
Jericho Morse Code: “The EMP hits”

Jericho Morse Code: Long Live the Mayor
Jericho Morse Code: “Pray for NYC”

Jericho Episode: Rogue River
Jericho Morse Code: Rob not FBI

I hope this helps!