Morse Chat Room.

athinai
14th August 2007, 18:01
Some years ago I came across a ''Morse chat-room'' on the WEB and it worked quite well. So I wonder if there are any Techies out there who might consider one for SN., perhaps its been thought of before. Lots of old Brass pounders and Side Swipers in the Attics around the World., bring them back to life. So Thats my Thought for the day. Would welcome your comments., 73's

Best Regards.

sparkie2182
14th August 2007, 21:49
for anyone wishing to test their morse...............see what you have forgotten

http://www.qsl.net/kf4kvg/cw.html


quite a simple test site

K urgess
14th August 2007, 22:55
Great stuff, Sparkie. If a bit slow.
Now I need to be able to record that and post the sound file as an attachment to an email or embedded into a thread. Any ideas.

athinai
14th August 2007, 23:05
Hi, Sparkie2182 thanks for the comments, Very much appreciated. I would prefer to plug a Key into the Old Computer and have two way QSO's on SN if possible, instead of this typing thing Hi, same as Ham Radio and the old days at sea ,Company skeds etc.,etc., Lets keep the little bit of Mystery.
Mni tks QSO OM 73 BCNU LTR Athinai

sparkie2182
14th August 2007, 23:13
tusu

va

sparkie2182
15th August 2007, 00:12
m.s. try............

http://www.xertech.net/Projects/CPwin.html

you can keep the zip file as an attachment to send on............


these are mainly for ham training , and are kinda slow.

i used one a couple of years ago which was very good, more commercial ,and when i can remember its name.....ill post to you.......

73's om

sparkie2182

Hugh MacLean
15th August 2007, 11:54
Great stuff, Sparkie. If a bit slow.


There is a drop down box at the top where you can increase the speed to 35wpm. 20 was comfortable any higher I couldnt write fast enough:sweat:

Regards

K urgess
15th August 2007, 13:33
Tried that, Hugh, I tried 25s but gave up at the first dash.
That's the second link posted.
The one I was referring to was the first which is limited to 18wpm. A lot easier and seemed a lot slower than the second one at the same speed.
Definitely out of practice.[=P]

Kris

beedeesea
15th August 2007, 20:24
Hi Fellas.

Have you tried MorseMail at all? The server is down just at the moment; I have advised the programme's creator.

Web address is:-

http:/brasspounder.com:8873

Brian

Tmac1720
15th August 2007, 20:28
Jeeze I have enough trouble communicating in English as it is writ never mind understanding all those squeeks and pops(Jester)

sparkie2182
15th August 2007, 21:10
a squeek is 3 times longer than a pop..........

i hope this clarifes matters...........

best regards to all

sparkie2182

K urgess
15th August 2007, 23:01
A pop between letters and a squeak between words.

sparkie2182
15th August 2007, 23:21
quite right........:)

this may be of interest................

http://www.coastalradio.org.uk/qslcards.htm

King Ratt
16th August 2007, 14:04
For some live QSOs try

http://users.iconz.co.nz/rwincer/radiowav.htm

73

Rab T

K urgess
16th August 2007, 14:10
Try Seefunk (http://www.seefunker.de/homepage/seefunk.htm) for some nostalgia

mikeg
16th August 2007, 18:53
Tks Kris & Rap, took me right back hearing the different fists and tones of coast stations - great stuff!

Mike

beedeesea
17th August 2007, 19:32
MorseMail is back on line again. Any of you had a look at it yet.
(Like the new pin-up by the way, MarconiSahib!)

Brian

K urgess
17th August 2007, 19:41
The link for MorseMail is this (http://brasspounder.com:8873/).
You missed out a couple of slashes Brian.
The new pin-up is temporary until I can sort out the radar at the new size or find another Marconi related one.
This one makes me feel SOOOoooooo old.[=P]

sparkie2182
17th August 2007, 19:52
a rather good sparkie site..........

http://www.shawsavillships.co.uk/radios/marine.htm

Harry Nicholson
23rd June 2011, 13:46
Text to Morse site:

http://morsecode.scphillips.com/jtranslator.html


But you might have been there already.

Harry

Mayday
28th June 2011, 14:03
I found the morse a little scratchy and hard to read.

The program I use is
http://www.justlearnmorsecode.com/
Which I find I can still read at 25wpm.
I also make ring tones and download them to my mobile telephone. It is quite interesting when the phone rings in public and the ring tone identifies the caller in morse.

John.

NoMoss
28th June 2011, 15:12
I used WinMorse to create a ring tone for my mobile phone. The speed can be chosen at will.

beedeesea
28th June 2011, 19:35
You can get RSS news-feeds in Morse at:

http://morse-rss-news.sourceforge.net/

Brian

beedeesea
29th June 2011, 20:36
Any of you Sparkies seen the above site yet?

Brian

Troppo
1st July 2011, 08:07
I have morse ring tones on my iphone.

The main ring tone is VLLB DE VIS QRJ K.

I also have custom ones for calls from my wife and my kids.