What is Morse Code?
Morse code is a code that sends telegraphic information in rhythm. So you send the information in the form of dashes and dots.
How can I send Morse code?
Morse code can be sent with light, noise, vibration, touch and in many other ways.
Where else can you use Morse code?
The Morse code was originally used for communication like a telephone. Morse is still used today for amateur radio, transmission of messages in the navy, fire service, army, Bundeswehr, special auxiliary units, etc.
What are the learning methods?
There are two learning methods. Farnsworth's method, the classic way to learn code, is to start slowly and then go faster. The Farnsworth method is named after Donald R. "Russ" Farnsworth. And the second learning method is Koch method which is named after the German psychologist Ludwig Koch. This method uses the full target speed from the beginning, but starts with only two characters. As soon as strings with these two characters can be copied with an accuracy of 90%, an additional two characters are added, etc., until the complete character set is mastered.
Who are Donald R. '' Russ '' Farnsworth and Ludwig Koch?
Samuel Finley Breese Morse is an American painter and inventor. Samuel Finley Breese Morse invented the telegraph and Morse code. The Koch method is named after the German psychologist Ludwig Koch, who has the second teaching method for Morse code.