MORSE CODE – SIGNALING The Morse Code consists of dots and lines that can be transmitted by acoustic signals, lights, visual or with the arms. Currently the Morse Code is rarely used but can be useful to have on hand the table of the dear old Morse Code. Still exist all over the world especially in marine and aviation, people who have studied this and who know this alphabet. Also a message in Morse could be picked up by some radio-amateur. The DOT • is a signal of short duration = 1 SECOND The DASH – equivalent to...
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