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Arduino Morse Code Generator

Created by Ashraf Said, Last Updated 06-Jan-2021, Language:English

Arduino Morse Code Generator

Morse Code is a well-known way of communication, Learn how to Implement it using Arduino and Start sending SOS Signals

Created by Ashraf Said, Last Updated 06-Jan-2021, Language:English

What Will I Get ?

  • Make your own Arduino Morse Code Generator
  • Learn Working Principle of Morse Code
  • Interface Buzzer and Speakers with Arduino
  • Interface different type of electronic elements with Arduino.
  • Send Morse Code Signals to your friends or show off your own Morse Code device

Requirements

  • Basic experience in Electronics
  • Basic experience in Arduino
  • A Will to apply, not just watch

Description

Morse Code is a system of communication to encode any character in two different durations of signals called Dots and Dashes. Morse code is developed by Samuel F.B. and further used in telegraphy for transferring secret information.

In this course, you will learn how to read a Morse Code and convert it to letters and numbers, and how to send out your own Morse Codes using Arduino without the hassle of converting each letter yourself to the associated Morse Code.

You will have your Own Arduino Morse Code Generator up and running in no Time

In this course, we will build together a Morse code Generator using Arduino which will take any character from you as input from the Serial monitor inside Arduino IDE and convert it into Morse code equivalent and peeps it using a buzzer or a speaker or anything else that comes in your mind.

So at the end of this course, you will be able to write your own words and convert them to Morse code.

This Generator has a lot of applications and it is very important that you use Arduino in real-life applications like this.

What you will learn in this course

  • What is Morse code how to use it and why and when it was used in the past (it is still used in this time since a lot of submarines and a lot of people around the world communicate using morse code.)

  • What are the required components for you to start your own or start making your very own Morse code generator.

  • How to build the Morse code generator

  • How to connect each item with our Generator and how to program it.

  • Explain in a step by step manner how to write each line of code in order to convert any character into morse Code and send it using a buzzer or a speaker.

So I'm sure that after this course you will have the knowledge required to convert any word into beeps or into any type of sound.

You can control the sound that ends with the dots and dashes in Morse code. And we will take a look at what is Morse code why people use that before and are still using it now and how you can easily convert any character into its equivalent Morse code.

I'm sure that you will enjoy this course you will gain a lot of knowledge and Morse code is a topic that wasn't covered fairly in a lot of courses.

It was most useful at the time of World War 2 a Morse code can be performed by tapping or flashing light or writing sentences or a dot and dash in a paper.

The Morse code is available in two versions.

There is an original version and an international Morse code version.

In the international Morse code, the original version is modified by removing spaces and designing the dashes in a specific length, the Morse code is available for encoding alphabets and numbers. It is mainly used in radio and ocean communications and it's also a part of training for soldiers.

The language has been the barrier for the Morse code as it's hard to perform the code for the characters and other languages.

There are some famous words considered as an important feature like SOS.

I am sure that you already saw a movie where they right SOS on the ground. It stands for Save our souls.

It was created as a universal signal that represents danger.

So you will learn how to send an SOS signal which means saves our souls signal via morse code and how to convert these three letters into their equivalent Morse code beeps.

Who this course is for:

  • Arduino Geeks
  • Electronics Geeks
  • Anyone Interested in Learning How Morse Codes works
  • Anyone Interested in Learning How to Make Morse Code Generator Using Arduino
  • Anyone Interested in Learning New Things about Arduino

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