Morse Code

The Incredible New Way to Communicate

How it Works and Why You Should Learn it

Morse Code is and alphabet or code in which letters are represented by long and short signals of light or sound. It is named after Samuel F. B. Morse, a painter and founder of the National Academy of Design. Samuel Morse, along with Alfred Vail and Joseph Henry developed the electromagnetic telegraph and the code that assigns a set of dots and dashes or short and long pulses to each letter of the English alphabet. Its a great way to communicate and could be helpful in case of an emergency.