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Following the discovery of electromagnetism in 1820, the 19th century saw the construction of the first telegraph systems. Alfred Vall, Joseph Henry, and Samuel Morse created a straightforward telegraph system that just required electrical pulses and silence in between them.  Morse's original telegraph receiver used clockwork and an electromagnet to mark the received pulses onto paper tape. The markings on the paper tape might then be converted into text messages by operators.

The audio and frequency are the foundation of a thorough theory of mode code sound. Sounds with higher, medium, and lower frequencies are used for message transmission. Additionally, the frequency's speed is used to calculate it. On the website, there is an audio version that turns the code into sound. By incorporating morse code numbers into your routines or games, you can improve your skills.

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