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Ship to Shore: Learn to Have FUN Using Morse Code! By Susan Ferris Rights
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Wireless communication is something that we use every day. But years ago, we used Morse Code to send messages. This form of communication was based on a series of dots and dashes. Using this book,... More > children can learn Morse Code using simple pictures to help them remember each letter. And every child loves secret messages!< Less
Ship to Shore: Learn to Have FUN Using Morse Code! By Susan Ferris Rights
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Wireless communication is something that we use every day. But years ago, we used Morse Code to send messages. This form of communication was based on a series of dots and dashes. Using this book,... More > children can learn Morse Code using simple pictures to help them remember each letter. And every child loves secret messages!< Less
Ship to Shore: Learn to Have FUN Using Morse Code! By Susan Ferris Rights
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Wireless communication is something that we use every day. But years ago, we used Morse Code to send messages. This form of communication was based on a series of dots and dashes. Using this book,... More > children can learn Morse Code using simple pictures to help them remember each letter. And every child loves secret messages!< Less
Ship to Shore: Learn to Have FUN Using Morse Code! By Susan Ferris Rights
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Wireless communication is something that we use every day. But years ago, we used Morse Code to send messages. This form of communication was based on a series of dots and dashes. In this book,... More > children will learn a brief history of wireless communication. Children will then learn Morse Code using simple pictures to help them remember each letter. Additional activities are also included. And remember, every child loves secret messages!< Less
When The Lights Came On: How The Morse Code Car Returned Rational Thought To Our Country By Martin Gallagher
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The world was changed forever with the introduction of the first Morse Code Car. In 1890, Clarence Cattleprod, Jr. set out to revolutionize transportation, and bring it into the 20th century. A... More > visionary and a quack, Clarence is forgotten today in all but the most wacked-out gatherings of obsolete wanna-be academics. Martin Gallagher brings life to this otherwise dead topic with this contribution that is equally likely to be forgotten and thrust upon the ash-heap of history.< Less
When The Lights Came On: How The Morse Code Car Returned Rational Thought To Our Country By Martin Gallagher
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The world was changed forever with the introduction of the first Morse Code Car. In 1890, Clarence Cattleprod, Jr. set out to revolutionize transportation, and bring it into the 20th century. A... More > visionary and a quack, Clarence is forgotten today in all but the most wacked-out gatherings of obsolete wanna-be academics. Martin Gallagher brings life to this otherwise dead topic with this contribution that is equally likely to be forgotten and thrust upon the ash-heap of history.< Less
Codes of the Cage By Chris Greco
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Christopher Greco is a retired Air Force Intelligence Officer who served during the Cold War. He was stationed in Germany, Italy, and the U.S. He has served as a Staff Officer, Director of... More > Operations, and Vice Commander of Air Force Intelligence Units during his career. Chris has published articles with various periodicals, both in the classified and unclassified areas, mostly on technology and security related topics. He now lives in Baltimore, Maryland.< Less
Radiotelegraph & Radiotelephone Codes, Prowords and Abbreviations By John W Alcorn VK2JWA
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What started out as a minor Project in 1987, blew out like the national debt so with all this accumulated info, it seemed worthwhile to produce the first book, here now is the Latest Online... More > Edition. The sources and references have been many and varied and although the utmost care was taken, the Lists are far from complete and may contain errors. The original Codes etc were designed principally for marine use as this was the field in which radio was initially developed. The majority retain this influence but many have been modified and modernized to cover land and air applications. Technical terms have also varied as technology has changed however most abbreviations of the computer age have been omitted. These are specialist terms of that mode, not often encountered in telegraphy.< Less
Alphabet By Ashley Culver
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I see language as an intricate pattern. One way to communicate language is using Morse code, which takes the letters of the alphabet and translates them into dots (dits) and dashes (dahs). I used... More > these marks to create my own letters, which I used to compare the Morse code and what it symbolizes, the English alphabet. I chose to compare the two using pattern, to give people a different way of seeing the similarities and differences. The right side patterns are dedicated to the alphabet I made, where as the left side is the Morse code combination for the letter. This book was made so the reader could flip through it either way, demonstrating how we communicate in a back and forth manner. Morse code has to follow it’s set of rules closely or it will be misread. Therefore I set certain rules for my book and alphabet, such as a color palette, spacing between the dots and dashes, and staying within a strict grid for the patterns. Each dit, dah and its spacing was meticulously placed when making the patterns.< Less
HI HI — A Collection of Ham Radio Cartoons By Dick Sylvan
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Hi Hi — Ham on Wry — Bouncing off the E-layer and spiraling out of the pen of veteran amateur radio operator Dick Sylvan, W9CBT, Hi Hi provides solid 5 and 9 laughter. Drawing on six... More > decades of on-air adventures, Dick offers an insider’s view of the bliss and twists of ham radio. — Hi Hi makes a great gift for any ham—to give or get. Each of the book’s three sections: Ham Lingo, Ham Quips and Morse Quips & Tips, looks ham radio square in the eye and finds it–hilarious–and so will you. So, drop that key, put down that microphone, stow that keyboard and pick up your copy of Hi Hi. — Dick, an industrial designer, is staff cartoonist for the K9YA Telegraph, the monthly, general interest, amateur radio e-Zine praised by hams in more than 90 countries.< Less