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* 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)
## 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.
> This is written in C and although not tested it should compile under other OS. If any one wants to try it and send me feedback. you can download version 0.01 here http://fernan.bitbucket.org/irmc.tgz
> Les Kerr of https://home.comcast.net/~morsekob/ has been very patient in answering my questions regarding the cwcom protocol and setting up a test server during debugging.
>
> 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.
>
> Bugs:
> There are a few that I am working on right now, but feel free to send me feedback if you get a chance to try it out.
>
> File(s)
> http://fernan.bitbucket.org/irmc.tgz
> The following people have helped me a lot to learn the protocols and setting up test servers.
> Les Kerr - https://home.comcast.net/~morsekob/
> Bob Denny - http://morse-rss-news.sourceforge.net/
> John Samin - http://www.mrx.com.au/
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