Professional runs on PCs under all Microsoft operating systems from XP
to Windows 10. Almost all machines will have sufficient speed, disk
space and memory to run the program. Your PC must have a soundboard.
Curious about the way that NuMorse Pro makes
Morse code history? In addition to the "perfect"
code expected of any computer program, NuMorse Professional has a unique
"antique code sounds" feature. Switch the feature on and listen
to how the program makes Morse code history. Well...historic code sounds
anyway. There are scratchy spark transmitters, clicking telegraph sounders
and even simulations of the last transmissions from the Titanic that made
Morse code history. That final message from the Titanic using a simulated
spark transmitter sound and with fading and noise provided by NuMorse
Professional is quite a spine chilling piece of Morse code history, albeit
a mockup generated entirely by NuMorse Pro. Listen
to it here.
to download the printable NuMorse Professional, Morse code shareware user
manual. You will need to unzip the file and will also need Acrobat reader
to open it. Many PCs have Acrobat reader installed, if yours does not
then click here
to get a free copy.
The free version that
you download is converted to the fully licensed version by entering a
code. If you like this Morse code shareware then pay for it when you are
ready and you will receive the activation code. The cost is $35.95 and
payment instructions are included in the program help topics or you can
to get your activation code.
Click on a link below
for supplementary information
If you want to know
more about NuMorse Pro features then why not try the free download
and explore them yourself?
The table below shows
how NuMorse Pro can help you at any level of code proficiency, there are
also some sound samples generated by NuMorse Pro.
the 5 WPM code test with the beginners default course.
default beginners course uses an ingenious system of mnemonics, or
soundalikes, to help you memorize the pattern of each character and
relate it to the alphabetic or numeric meaning. Click here
to hear what an early lesson would sound like. The letters being sent
are E N T in random sequence. The 'dit' sound is an E, the 'dah' sound
is a T and the 'Dah-Dit' sound is the N.
Koch course, another way to get a pass grade in the test.
course uses a method pioneered by Ludwig Koch in the 1930's. You start
off with just a few characters and then add more until you know them
all. In the Koch course you do all of this at your final target speed.
Click here for a sample of an early lesson using
the Koch method with a target text speed of 6 wpm. Two letters are
being sent at random, they are E and T.
level. Go beyond the basics and consolidate what you learn in the
you need to brush up your code skills then there is a whole set of
features to help. For example, drill mode will point out your mistakes
as you copy code and also compile comprehensive statistics on your
performance to help motivate you. You can choose to play code from
your own text files or use one of the internal code sources such as
the random letter, QSO or callsign generator. Click here
for some code sent by NuMorse at about 12 WPM. For this sample NuMorse
was set to output speech phonetics as well as the code sounds of the
level, turbocharged code.
will send code at up to 48 WPM. There are sending modes that constantly
monitor your typed responses and adjust speed depending on your errors
while giving real-time visual feedback. This mode can be a challenge
but it does hone your receiving skills very quickly, click here
to hear some high speed code from NuMorse Professional.
default NuMorse Professional is U.S. based. However, there are several
features that allow you to customize the code and displayed characters
to your own requirements. Similarly, the built-in callsign generator
can be programmed to generate callsigns based on none-US rules. Click
here to download a zipped pdf file
that shows how it can be set up for the Canadian call sign system.
You will need the free Acrobat reader to read this file.
|Honing your skills
well as the built-in code sources NuMorse Professional can play
ordinary text files as code. It is supplied with a comprehensive
library of useful text files but you can also write your own using
Notepad or download them from thousands of online sources. For example,
callsign database files on the supercheckpartial
site make excellent US and international callsign practice sources.
Just download and change the filename prefixes from .scp to .txt to
make them usable by NuMorse Professional.
is the "Antique sound" feature where NuMorse can be made
to sound like the spark transmitters of the pioneering days of radio.
Simulated interference and signal fading can also be introduced to
give a real radio effect. Click here to
hear a faint desperate message from the past as Morse code
history is recreated. Brought to you by NuMorse Professional,
complete with static and fading. Several other code sounds are available
or you could invent your own.