Morse Code Trainer, Communicator, and CW Keyer #WearableWednesday
Wrist wearable designed for sending and receiving morse code messages. Shared by marsPRE on GitHub:
This project is a versatile Morse code trainer, communicator, and CW keyer designed for the M5StickC Plus device. It is inspired by the Morserino project, but with the goal of creating a much smaller, wrist-mounted device and is programmed from scratch as a programming exercise. The project features multiple modes for practicing, sending Morse code messages (https://vimeo.com/813324676), operating as a touch paddle and CW keyer(https://vimeo.com/813324676) and a bluetooth keyboard mode (https://vimeo.com/813661630). With a user-friendly interface and a custom-built add-on module with touch paddles and a 2.5mm plug for radio connection, this project is suitable for both beginners and experienced Morse code enthusiasts.
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