Updated 12-15-2003

January 2004 Column



This column started it's fifth year this month. I want to say "thank you" to my readers.

Published in 1935 by Modern Mechanix Publishing Company
The Omnigraph

It was a device designed for sending pre coded Morse code through a buzzer. One would listen to the letters while learning the code. There was a control of some sort, where the speed could be increased as you learned. And there was a way to change the order of letters to help eliminate anticipating the next letter being sent.

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John Dilks, K2TQN    125 Warf Road, Egg Harbor Township, NJ 08234-8501   e-mail: K2TQN@arrl.net