Morse Code and Ham radio software from Nu-Ware

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This page contains a selection of screenshots of NuMorse Professional. Click on the thumbnails to open pop-ups containing full sized images.

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keyboard The simulated keyboard display is the window that you will see when practising code. The autospeed controller is also shown. This optionally allows speed to vary during a code session.
FirstSteps Here is a lesson from one of the built-in courses that teach the Morse code basics. The speed controller and soundboard controls are also displayed.
filter Two screens are shown here. One shows the performance log while the other shows a screen that controls what code characters are sent. You can select individual characters or groups such as "all numbers" or "all prosigns".
QSO The screen that controls the built-in QSO generator is on the left. The other screen controls the programmable callsign generator. By default QSOs contain all 43 characters as required by the FCC rules for real tests.
speedcal Three screens are shown. The speed controller, the drill controls and the automatic speed calibrator. The drill controls determine how the program responds to your mis-types when in "code drilling" mode.
test Here is part of a printed sheet similar to one in the real FCC code test, it can be printed from NuMorse Pro. The other screen shown here controls the layout and format of simulated code tests set by NuMorse Pro.

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