Learn Your Name in Morse Code Day
Learn Your Name in Morse Code Day is observed next on Tuesday, January 11th, 2022 (38 days from today).
Morse code is one of the most important communications innovations in the world, serving as the foundation of one of the world's first high-speed communication networks. Used for everything from semaphore communication, flashing lights, drawing it out as a kind of code, and most importantly, the use of the telegraph to help transmit information over vast distances in the days before With a phone, it's hard to underestimate the importance of Morse Code.
Learn Your Name In Morse Code Day History
Morse Code was created by three different inventors, Samuel F. B. Morse, Physicist Joseph Henry, and Alfred Vail, who all worked together to create a system for transmitting information through the Electric Telegraph. Since the only way they can transmit information is by electrical impulses, there are a lot of considerations to decide exactly how things should go.
The result was Morse Code, and it was intended to be far more efficient than it was at the time. There was a system developed in 1841 that allowed Morse Code to be directly translated into letters at the receiving end, but strangely this system never worked.
Learn Your Name In Morse Code Day was created by someone known only as Brownielocks and made as part of an attempt to revive the love and recognition of this fading mode of communication. . Although it is no longer necessary to obtain a Ham Radio License, it is still felt that it is vitally important to pass it on, so that this flexible method of communication does not disappear.
How to observe Learn Your Name In Morse Code Day
Remembering Learn Your Name on Morse Code Day is right there in its name! Learn your name in Morse Code! This can be a great way to make up the body with the language and help add the language to the number of ways you can share information with you friends and the people of my body love. Even for large periods of time, you can exchange information with nothing more than a flashlight, a mirror or any device that can produce sounds with different durations to capture long pulses and shorts used in the Morse code table.
Never underestimate the value of having an extra piece of communication in your toolkit, and let Code Day know your name in another coding day to broaden your language horizons! We would never have been where we are today without it!
ObservedLearn Your Name in Morse Code Day has been observed annually on January 11th.
Saturday, January 11th, 2020
Monday, January 11th, 2021
Tuesday, January 11th, 2022
Wednesday, January 11th, 2023
Thursday, January 11th, 2024