On the Subject of Morse Code

An antiquated form of naval communication? What next? At least it's genuine Morse Code, so pay attention and you might just learn something.

  • Interpret the signal from the flashing light using the Morse Code chart to spell one of the words in the table.
  • The signal will loop, with a long gap between repetitions.
  • Once the word is identified, set the corresponding frequency and press the transmit (TX) button.
Morse Letter 1Morse Letter 2Morse Letter 3If the word is: Respond at frequency:
-···· beats 3.600 MHz
··bistro 3.552 MHz
-----bombs 3.565 MHz
-··-boxes 3.535 MHz
·-··break 3.572 MHz
··brick 3.575 MHz
··-· flick 3.555 MHz
····halls 3.515 MHz
·-··leaks 3.542 MHz
·······shell 3.505 MHz
·-··slick 3.522 MHz
-·steak 3.582 MHz
··sting 3.592 MHz
·-·strobe 3.545 MHz
- trick 3.532 MHz
···-vector 3.595 MHz