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Shakespeare’s Sonnets in Morse Code 15 - April - 2011

Posted by k9zw in Amateur Radio, K9ZW, K9ZW Just Rambled.
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Now here is a way to mix two interests into one (work and website is by Nathan KE7BOJ):

Shakespeare’s Sonnets in Morse Code

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Here are Shakespear’s Sonnets in morse code at 7, 13 and 20 words per minute. I created them to help me practice for my General Class amateur radio (Ham Radio) license. I found it useful and less dull than other exercies. Even though morse code isn’t required any more, you never know when you’ll be trapped in a submarine. The text is from Project Gutenberg and I used Jack Twilley’s morse code generating scripts.

via Shakespeare’s Sonnets in Morse Code.

Not 100% what the XYL will make of these when I play them on the iPod in the car, but hey “life is interesting!”

73

Steve
K9ZW

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1. k9zw - 16 - April - 2011

Update to the Morse Generation Scripts is that they can be found at: http://sourceforge.net/projects/pymorserss/

73

Steve
K9ZW


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