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Morse Code Alphabet – 3 Tricks for Learning It Quickly

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When prepping for a survival situation, many people think of battery-operated radios as being a safe option for communication.

Morse Code Alphabet - 3 Tricks for Learning It Quickly — When prepping for a survival situation, many people think of battery operated radios as being a safe option for communication. This could be the case, but in the event that you need to communicate covertly, you need a more secure system.

This could be the case, but in the event that you need to communicate covertly, you need a more secure system.

Morse code is a great example of such a system since not many people understand how to use it these days.

Fortunately, it can be learned with a bit of practice.

On “Survivialized”, there is a tutorial and chart explaining Morse code.

The explanations are easy to follow and it is a simple system to understand once you get a grasp of the structure of the code.

Along with the tutorial and chart, there are audiovisual aids to help recognize the Morse code alphabet as it is tapped out.

My favorite part of the tutorial is the jingle that helps you remember the sequences for each letter of the alphabet, it’s super helpful!

Morse Code Alphabet – 3 Tricks for Learning It Quickly

Morse Code Alphabet - 3 Tricks for Learning It Quickly — When prepping for a survival situation, many people think of battery operated radios as being a safe option for communication. This could be the case, but in the event that you need to communicate covertly, you need a more secure system.


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