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January 2022

Morse code
dashes, or dits and dahs. Morse code is named after Samuel Morse, one of the inventors of the telegraph. International Morse Code encodes the 26 basic Latin
Prosigns for Morse code
in Morse code radio telegraphy procedure, for the purpose of simplifying and standardizing radio communication protocol. They are several from Morse code
Morse code mnemonics
Morse code mnemonics are systems to represent the sound of Morse characters in a way intended to be easy to remember. Since every one of these mnemonics
Morse code abbreviations
Morse code abbreviations are used to speed up Morse communications by foreshortening textual words and phrases. Morse abbreviations are short forms representing
American Morse code
American Morse Code — also known as Railroad Morse—is the latter-day name for the original version of the Morse Code developed in the mid-1840s, by Samuel
Russian Morse code
Russian Morse code approximates the Morse code for the Latin alphabet. It was enacted by the Russian government in 1856. To memorize the codes, practitioners
Morse Code (disambiguation)
Morse code is a method used in telecommunication to encode text characters. Morse Code may also refer to: Morse Code (album), a mixtape by Sage the Gemini
Samuel Morse
middle age Morse contributed to the invention of a single-wire telegraph system based on European telegraphs. He was a co-developer of Morse code and helped
Q code
it with the standard Morse question mark UD (dit dit dah dah dit dit). Although Q-codes were created when radio used Morse code exclusively, they continued
Morse code for non-Latin alphabets
This is a summary of the use of Morse code to represent alphabets other than Latin. The Greek Morse code alphabet is very similar to the Latin alphabet