MoIP - Morse over IP
Go to the website: http://8ch9azbsfifz.github.io/moip/
The CWCom protocol (cw communicator) is an effective method for transmitting morse code signals as UDP packets over IP.
The clients will connect to one of the servers using the CWCom protocol. The source code for a server on a Raspi can be found here.
The original CWCom protocol has been extended for MorseKOB, as landline telegraphy uses closed circuits (latching). There are mainly two server types for moip (see below): the original CWCom server and the MorseKOB server. Both servers are compatible using a relay server written by Bob Denny (source code).
How to use?
| Architecture | Name | License | Comment | | :------------ |:------------ | :----- | :------ | | Windows | MorseKOB 2.5 | ? | Original MorseKOB Software by Les Kerr. Source Code | | Browser | MorseKOB 3.0 | ? | Java implementation of MorseKOB by Les Kerr | | Linux (Python) | MorseKOB 4.0 1| ? | Python port to Raspi by Les Kerr | | Linux, OSX, BSD | IRMC | GPL | C implementation of morsekob| | Arduino | irmc-avr | GPL | arduino port| | iOS | irmc-ios | GPL | ios port with support for external key using bluetooth ble-morse | | Windows | CWCom | Closed Source | original cwcom software by John Samin |
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