Morse Code (best way)

What is morse code?

Morse code is a strategy utilized in telecom to encode text characters as normalized groupings of two different sign lengths, called dot and dashes   (  .   –  )


  • A  . –
  • B    – . . .
  • C    – . – .
  • D  – . .

Morse Code, is either of two systems for representing letters of the alphabet, numerals, and punctuation marks by an appointment of dots, dashes, and spaces. 

The codes are transmitted as electrical pulses of various lengths or analogous mechanical or visual signals, like flashing lights, tipping pen. one of the systems was invented within the US by American artist and inventor Samuel F.B. Morse during the 1830s for electrical media transmission..

History of Morse Code:

one of the systems was invented in the US by American artist and inventor Samuel F.B. Morse during the 1830s for electrical media transmission.

his adaptation was additionally worked on by American researcher and financial specialist Alfred Lewis Vail, Morse’s associate and accomplice. Soon after its introduction in Europe, it became apparent that the first Morse was inadequate for transmitting much non-English text since it lacked codes for letters with diacritic marks. To remedy this deficiency, a variant called the International Morse was devised by a conference of European nations in 1851. This newer code is additionally called Continental Morse.

STORY of Morse Code:

let’s do so the story goes that Samuel Morse (1830s)was away from his wife and got a letter saying that she was very sick he immediately went home which took him a ton of time and when they returned home figured out that she had died and was even covered (buried).
he imagined, and figuring out how to make communication a lot quicker and subsequently came up with Morse code. 

Morse code

1. Who is the inventor of morse code:

-> Samuel morse in1830’s.

2. how to use morse code?

-> morse code can be used using dot and dash (.  -)

3 . What is Morse code used for?

-> transmitting messages between stations.

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