Morse Code Translator

January 9, 2011 by USA Post 

Morse Code Translator, Using a practice (in some rare cases) Online translator of Morse code, which is like this: “COMM AND TECH SUB preside 73S W7EQI.”

Hill needs help on the last part, and assistance Walden came to the rescue:

“Means 73s’ best regards” or a similar sign-off. W7eqi is his [amateur radio call sign], “he said. Walden has a long history in the field of radio, where he picked up the lingo.

Hill confirmed Wednesday that Walden will chair the subcommittee.

Meanwhile, Rep. Cliff Stearns, the ranking member of the subcommittee on telecommunications, will lead the committee’s subpanel control trade in the next Congress, according to industry sources.

Stearns (R-Fla.) had placed its hopes for the presidency of the telecommunications group. Walden had her eye on the situation after years in the broadcasting sector.

Rep. John Shimkus (R-Ill.) will chair the subpanel environment.

Both Shimkus and Rep. Fred Upton challenged Stearns (R-Mich.) for all trade hammer Committee.

Rep. Greg Walden (R-Ore.) announced Thursday on Twitter that subcommittee chairman of the House Commerce Committee’s communications – using what appears to be Morse code.

The tweet @ repgregwalden: –. . -. . -. / -. -. … -. . -. / -. -. — – - / .- -. -.. / -. -.-. …. / … ..- -… / –… …– … / .– –… . –.- ..

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A list of Morse code, including punctuation, non-English letters, Prosign, Q codes and other abbreviations.

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