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This will allow you to send morse code through radio waves to another computer. This could be used as a sort of chat program.
You will need very few supplies: -A crystal oscillator (will talk about which kind in the next step) -A 9 pin serial jack (D-SUB9) -A little bit of ...
To determine what kind of oscillator you want you will need to know what kind of radio you have. Regular AM/FM radio - We will be using only ...
You will need to solder a wire onto pin 4 of the serial jack. This one should be red to make it easier to work with later but ...
Take the red wire (from pin 4) and connect it to the pin directly above the black dot on the oscillator. Next, take the black wire (from pin ...
Now add an antenna to the pin opposite the black dot. You can use pretty much any insulated wire as an antenna, just as long as it isn't ...
Download the morse code program (linked below). Connect the serial jack into your computer. Start MorseCode.exe Type some stuff in. Click the radio menu on the top. Click ...
There are to ways to do this. -Learn morse code -Use a computer: Find a radio.Tune to your freqency. Use a male to male headphone plug to connect ...
Your all done. A few tips: -Get a good antenna. I heard about someone who did this with a 24.3MHz oscillator and a 10 meter antenna and sent ...
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