|Learn Characters - A morse code character is displayed on the screen as it is being played. This is useful when you're first learning the morse code alphabet, as it helps you link each sound to the corresponding character.|
|Guess a Character - Morse code characters are played, and you must determine which was sent. At the end of the exercise, your score is displayed.|
|Copy Groups - Random five letter morse code character groups are sent (and displayed on the screen). You select how many morse code groups you would like to have sent, and practice by copying the groups down. At the end of the exercise, compare what you copied to what was actually sent.|
|Copy Words - Random words are sent (and displayed on the screen). You select how many words you would like to have sent, and practice by copying them down. At the end of the exercise, compare what you copied to what was actually sent.|
|Simulated QSO - Random simulated QSOs are sent, so you get real world copying practice.|
|Keying - You can send more code by tapping the screen, and Morse Mania will decode it.|
|Typing - Tap characters on your virtual keyboard, and Morse Mania will play them.|
You can configure Morse Mania to work just the way you want it to:
Set the volume and pitch of the generated morse code, as well as the speed in WPM (Words Per Minute).
Farnsworth mode lets you double the speed of the dots and dashes, while preserving the correct WPM, making sure you don't get stuck at the low speed "plateau".
Koch mode lets you select individual characters to learn. Once you master a character, you add another.
|Select the individual groups of characters you wish to practice.|
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Last modified April 22, 2010