AD5RX Morse Trainer

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This is a Morse Code trainer for Macintosh OSX. It features variable sending speed and spacing along with various noise sources.

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  • haansgruber
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    First let me say I appreciate all of your work on this project. There has not been a good free Morse code trainer for Mac for quite some time. I like the interface however, I would like to see flash cards added as an option. I use the old Super Morse 4.16 in DOS sometimes with the flash option at seriously high speeds. This has increased my ability to copy code at much higher speeds above just copying QSO's and text over and over. Also, the flash option is absolutely essential for use in hypnosis based training of Morse Code. I look forward to future updates, if you require a copy of the old Super Morse 4.16 to view an example, don't hesitate to contact me. Please keep up the good work, don't let the small number of downloads fool you, there are people who wish to remain proficient at Morse code as well as beginner interest. Overall, nice interface, and a good feel, easy to navigate and easy to use. On a scale of 1 to 10, I give it a 7, if it had the flash card individual character viewing option, it would receive a 9 out of 10. Great job! Also: The icon on the Morse Trainer app cannot be edited/changed to... a Morse Code key?? 73' haans )

    Posted 03/28/2013
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Additional Project Details

Intended Audience

End Users/Desktop

User Interface

Cocoa (MacOS X)

Programming Language

Objective C


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