Video / Audio
Emergency Go Box
Live applications - Morse code keyer
Text to Morse
Just type letters, numbers and punctuation into the top box and press the "Translate" button. The program tidies up what you entered (removing any illegal characters) and places the Morse code in the bottom box. If you want to hear the Morse code, press the "Play" button (you must have a sound card for this to work). You can choose the speed of the playback from the pull-down menu.
Morse to Text
You can type Morse code into the top box using '.' for a dot and '-' or '_' for a dash. Letters are separated by spaces and words by '/' or '|'. When you hit the "Translate" or "Play" button the program will tidy up your input and translate it into plain text. If it cannot translate a letter it will place a '*' in the output.
Creation date : 26/01/2013 @ 19:01
Welcome to VE3RIX
Watson's Mill, Manotick, Ontario
On Behalf of the new Executive and active members, I would like to take this opportunity to welcome all members of the Manotick Amateur Radio Group that we are back on line with a new look and feel. We hope to make a difference by getting more people involved within the hobby, such as community events, field day radio events and emergency services. We appreciate you taking the time to register and really look forward to reading your posts.
Thanks again for joining!