Just for Fun!

Basically, it would be a keyboard using a straight telegraph key for taping Morse Code.

To make it connect to computer via USB, I prefer using a Arduino Leonardo and some other hardware.

Code: https://github.com/tonghuix/morse-keyboard

Looking for hackers with the skills:

arduino c++ hardware cw morsecode

This project is part of:

Hack Week 15

Activity

  • over 5 years ago: slahl liked this project.
  • over 5 years ago: tonghuix added keyword "cw" to this project.
  • over 5 years ago: tonghuix added keyword "morsecode" to this project.
  • over 5 years ago: tonghuix added keyword "arduino" to this project.
  • over 5 years ago: tonghuix added keyword "c++" to this project.
  • over 5 years ago: tonghuix added keyword "hardware" to this project.
  • over 5 years ago: tonghuix liked this project.
  • over 5 years ago: tonghuix started this project.
  • over 5 years ago: tonghuix originated this project.

  • Comments

    • joadavis
      over 5 years ago by joadavis | Reply

      Ha ha ha, I can't imagine writing code with this. Is there morse code for backspace and arrow keys? Do you need a second key for control codes?

      • tonghuix
        over 5 years ago by tonghuix | Reply

        It seems a extra key (button) is needed for SHIFT or CapsLock, however it may not replace every character on normal 104 keyboard. But I would like to try!

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