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as adopted by [MorseKOB](http://kob.sdf.org/morsekob/docs/history.pdf).
You can try out the software in a [browser](http://kob.sdf.org/morsekob/morsekob30/index.htm) using Java.
![Screenshot on OSX](/doc/screenshot.png?raw=true "Screenshot")
# How to build?
## Install dependency: morse keyer library
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For the USB serial devices you need a PL2303 driver
(i.e. [PL2303_Serial-USB_on_OSX_Lion.pkg](http://changux.co/osx-installer-to-pl2303-serial-usb-on-osx-lio/)).
## Testing with MorseKOB 3.0 (Java)
This [software](http://kob.sdf.org/morsekob/morsekob30/MorseKOB.jar) will run on
Linux, Windows and OSX. With the [RXTX software](http://morsekob.org/morsekob30/help.htm)
for Java (i.e. [librxtxSerial.jnilib](http://blog.brianhemeryck.me/installing-rxtx-on-mac-os-mountain-lion/) on OSX) it is even possible to connect to external hardware.
NB: before you transmit make sure you uncheck the "circuit closer".
## Testing
./irmc morsecode.dyndns.org 7890 2348 test
Or you may want to use tcpdump, i.e.:
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[layout of pins](http://techpubs.sgi.com/library/dynaweb_docs/0650/SGI_Admin/books/MUX_IG/sgi_html/figures/4-2.serial.port.con.gif)
Connecting the palm radio: keep an eye on the grounding :)
http://kob.sdf.org/morsekob/interface.htm#portpins
RS232 DB9 Function
DTR 4 Manual Key / paddle common
DSR 6 Manual key / dot paddle
CTS 8 Dash paddle
RTS 7 Sounder output
SG 5 Sounder ground
# Changelog
* v0.2 [zip](https://github.com/8cH9azbsFifZ/irmc/archive/v0.2.zip) - ported to debian wheezy and osx yosemite, DG6FL
* v0.1 [zip](https://github.com/8cH9azbsFifZ/irmc/archive/v0.1.zip) - original version, VE7FEB
# References
Original [post](http://fernski.blogspot.de/2013/03/internet-relay-morsecode.html) by Fernan Bolando (VE4FEB)
> There are few difference between this and the official cwcom client
> 1. It is a command line tool
> 2. It does not send the characters of the message to the receivers screen.
> 3. It does not translate CW for you. You can try fldigi if you just want see the transmission.
> 4. Tone pitch is currently hard coded to 650Hz
> 5. It does not have a way to show you who is listening.
Code Quality
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This is experimental code.

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