30 Dec '12, 6pm

Yo quiero, no sólo por el nerd cred sino porque soy bien friki, fabricar un teclado morse. Como éste:

Yo quiero, no sólo por el nerd cred sino porque soy bien friki, fabricar un teclado morse. Como éste:

An interesting take as to how to practice sending Morse, using something that most using tasks that most use a lot everyday. The only thing lacking is the immediate feedback that actual Morse contacts can provide, but every little bit of practice will help. Particularly in light that computers aren’t yet very tolerant of sloppy sending, the feed back may very well be immediate. Why isn’t any text being entered? :) Has been quite some time since I tried out PC based code reading software, so newer software may be better than the software I recall? HaD can’t post too much amateur radio hacks or projects INMO.

Full article: http://hackaday.com/2010/05/27/usb-morse-code-keyboard/

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