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The Brilliant History of Morse Code

This is the history behind morse code and why it was important.
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jack combden

on 23 January 2013

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photo credit Nasa / Goddard Space Flight Center / Reto Stöckli A low-down on all the dots and dashes
of this way of communication A history of Morse Code a dot-down on morse code and what it is!!! In 1836, Samuel Morse invented the electric telegraph how Atlantic Canada played a role in it!!! Who invented it?
Was it something they were youst to making? evolution of morse code encode/decode Morse code sends BEEPS and BOOPS (dots and dashes) morse code decoding activity .. .... --- .--. . -.. -.-- --- ..- .-.. .. -.- . -.. --- ..- .-. .--. .-. . ... . -. - .- - .. --- -. .-.-.- -.-- --- ..- .-. ..-. .-. .. . -. -.. ... - .... --- -- .- ... .- -. -..
.--- .- -.-. -.- .-.-.- thank you for your listening. info for this slide was found on www.instrucables.com By:Thomas Veitch & Jack Combden Italian physicist Gugleilmo Marconi sends the first trans-Atlantic radio signal from Cornwall, England, all the way to Newfoundland, Canada, using Morse code. Atlantic Canada served the role for receiving end of this experiment. http://www.history.com/this-day-in-history/marconi-sends-first-atlantic-wireless-transmission Morse code was invented by Samuel Morse he invented the telegraph, which he used to create the code http://www.omniglot.com/writing/morsecode.htm Morse code started from the invention of the telegraph Alfred Vail discovered how to use the telegram for communication so, Alfred Vail, his partner, created Morse code Morse code alphabet An alphabet is used to decode those sounds into letters analog/digital Morse code is analog uses beeps, not digits __________________________________
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