Windows Morse code, useful to Novice/Expert. Output via soundcard, hardware port (for driving oscillator or transmitter), semaphore window and even nautical flags. Plays random text/from files/lesson files/simulates on-air ham radio traffic.
Dec 26, 2011 12:05:00
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Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista
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NuMorse Professional 18.104.22.168 The ultimate Morse code trainer for Windows, useful to Novice and Expert. Choice of built-in structured training courses. Take simulated code tests. Includes many features to help build up your speed and maintain your interest.
Description: Morse code trainer for Windows, useful to Novice, Expert and anybody interested in Morse code, semaphore or nautical flag codes. Output via soundcard, hardware port (for driving oscillator or transmitter), semaphore window and even nautical flags. Includes realistic "virtual radio hams" that send Morse code! Play random text and translate text files into Morse code or just play Morse code from the keyboard. NuMorse can take you from complete beginner right up to code expert using the supplied lesson files. Hundreds of people have used V1 of this program to pass the ham radio code tests first time. If you have tried to learn code before without success then the intuitive user interface of NuMorse might be just what you need. Here are a few more features to give you an idea of the breadth of this program. Alter code style to improve clarity. Full Prosign support included. Performance statistics gathered. Several modes supported that offer character guessing drills. You guess the character, NuMorse responds in various ways including a phonetic speech correction. The program can be set to speed up and slow down in response to your performance.
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