Morse Code Madness
Morse Code Madness
Morse Code Madness - Helps you learn Morse Code. Morse Code Trainer, Morse Code
Translater, Morse Code QSO Practice, Morse Code Transceiver.
Sharpen your Morse Code skills.
A Windows based Morse Code program written in
Visual Basic 6 with source code freely available! The program uses DirectX DirectSound
for some features. You may download the source code and/or the executable at the bottom of the page.
This is a SourceForge GNU Project. See the
SourceForge Summary page.
If you are a programmer you can help us by joining our team and helping to write or
simplifie the software. If you are a Home User who does not program you can help by
making suggestions or bug reports! Please join us in making this the best Morse Code
We searched high and low for a good, free, easy to use Morse Code trainer but couldn't
find one anywhere. Morse Code Madness is our attempt to bring the huddled masses closer
to getting that amateur radio (HAM) Novice License. Because of the HAM credo we
thought we would find many such free software packages, but alas, we had to write our own.
In an age when amateur radio as a hobby is competing with computers, nintendo, and a host of
other high-tech pastimes we thought it sad that so few are trying to promote amateur radio in
an unrestricted and non-profit way. We do, however, salute those few! Morse Code Madness was born
of the idea of giving back freely to the HAM community and to help promote the use of
morse code in general.
To run the executable you will need a Win32 computer (Windows 95 and up) and
have at least DirectX7 installed (You probably already have it). DirectX is needed for most
games these days and is a free product of Microsoft. Get it at the
Microsoft DirectX Downloads Page.
To play with the source code you will need Visual Basic 6.
You can find the latest source code, and maybe binary, at the
SourceForge Summary page for
Morse Code Madness.
You may also be able to get the source code at: http://home.attbi.com/~kr4495/MorseMadness.zip
Contact us via Email here
- You will have to be a member of SourceForge (it's free and takes only a moment).
P.S. We would give more info here, but because we have to use SSH and Bash to upload files
here it is better for you to just check out the project page listed above.
We will probably not be updating this page. It is just too much trouble.
Bash? We don't need no stinking Bash! We have MS Windows!