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6 results - UCS Category "COMTelm" - Most at least downloaded

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- Important message, in Morse 1
The message "This is an important message" in international Morse (sound) alphabet. the Morse is formed of "dit" and "dah" (of points and features). 1 "dah" equals 3 "dit". The spaces between the letters are equivalent to 1 "dah". Ends with a space between the words equivalent to 7 "dit". Realized on a computer with a triangular wave of 1 010 Hz. For more information on Morse: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Morse_code. UCS Category: COMTelm. Duration: 00:23.
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- Internet connection 1
Sound of a 56k internet connection. Performed with an iBook G4 (laptop). UCS Category: COMTelm. Duration: 00:31.
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- Internet connection 2
Sound of a 56k internet connection. Performed with an iBook G4 (laptop). UCS Category: COMTelm. Duration: 00:17.
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- SOS in international Morse code 1
Distress signal "SOS" in international Morse (sound) alphabet. the Morse is formed of "dit" and "dah" (of points and features). 1 "dah" equals 3 "dit". The spaces between the letters are equivalent to 1 "dah", except for the SOS, which must be sent as if it were a single letter, that is to say not using an inter-letter interval. Ends with a space between the words equivalent to 7 "dit". Realized on a computer with a sine wave of 440 Hz. For more information on Morse: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Morse_code. UCS Category: COMTelm. Duration: 00:03.
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- SOS in international Morse code 2
Distress signal "SOS" in international Morse (sound) alphabet. the Morse is formed of "dit" and "dah" (of points and features). 1 "dah" equals 3 "dit". The spaces between the letters are equivalent to 1 "dah", except for the SOS, which must be sent as if it were a single letter, that is to say not using an inter-letter interval. Ends with a space between the words equivalent to 7 "dit". Realized on a computer with a sine wave of 800 Hz. For more information on Morse: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Morse_code. UCS Category: COMTelm. Duration: 00:03.
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- Important message, in Morse 2
The message "This is an important message" in international Morse (sound) alphabet. the Morse is formed of "dit" and "dah" (of points and features). 1 "dah" equals 3 "dit". The spaces between the letters are equivalent to 1 "dah". Ends with a space between the words equivalent to 7 "dit". Realized on a computer with a sine wave of 615 Hz. For more information on Morse: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Morse_code. UCS Category: COMTelm. Duration: 00:23.
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