IRMC stands for Internet Relay Morse Code. It implements the CWCom protocol
## Why morse code over IP?
Why not? A number of different approaches for CW over IP exist. An early implementation has been the CWCom protocol,
which has been the basis for Morse KOB, a ready-to-use software. Both chat programs have been written for CW exclusively and are compatible. An alternative implementation in C exists as well as a port to the ATMEL AVR Microcontroller.
# How to build?
## Install dependency: morse keyer library
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## Original post
## Original post by Fernan Bolando (VE4FEB)
Copied on 20150103 from http://fernski.blogspot.de/2013/03/internet-relay-morsecode.html
> I have been using cwcom to practice sending morsecode, unfortunately my main computer at home is running openbsd and it has gotten harder to gain access to a reliable MS Windows machine. So I wrote my own client that works on openbsd.
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> John Samin - http://www.mrx.com.au/
* CWCom, John Samin (VK1EME): http://www.mrx.com.au/d_cwcom.htm
* Morse KOB, Less Kerr: https://sites.google.com/site/morsekob/ and http://kob.sdf.org/morsekob/
* Relay server for CW communicator and morse KOB: http://morsecode.dc3.com:7890
* Sources for the Relay Server: http://sourceforge.net/projects/morse-rss-news/
* MorseKOB for AT Mega, Fernan Bolando (VE4FEB): http://fernski.blogspot.de/2013/05/sending-morsecode-via-atmega.html