3 thoughts on “Video: “Tomorrow’s World” from 1969 demonstrates controlling computers by Morse Code

  1. Bob Steele

    Great story timing. I’ve just recently starting rehoning my CW copy skills courtesy of the ARRL Morse code practice files: http://www.arrl.org/code-practice-files

    My near-term goal is to get back to 90% error free copy at 22 WPM. We’ll see how it goes from there. I want to be in good shape for the next Field Day. There was a time 30+ years ago, where I was 95% copy at 25 WPM (~30 WPM for short message contests).

    Also wanted to say that I can finally hear through the apartment noise, albeit weak copy, thanks to YouLoop Magnetic Portable Antenna.
    Cheers and 73s,
    W4EGJ

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  2. Cap

    This is so cool and amazing it was circa. 1969, easier to get something like the VOTEM to recognise short and long pulses across a time frame using a lookup table than letters from different voices and looks way ahead of its time on that video. Although the monosyllabic tone which they are speaking shows how primitive it was compared to now, although find myself doing this when using my car AI.
    Thanks to Dennis for giving Thomas the heads up about this.
    Now to get everyone off FT8 and back onto CW, including myself 🙂

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