This program will send Morse Code by typing the text at the keyboard.
It sends audio from your soundcard or you can use it as a keyer by
connecting your serial port to your transmitter's key jack.
A Practice Setup window allows you to pick the characters, numbers, and
punctuation to be sent. This allows you to learn a few characters at a time.
It will then generates random five letter groups. Random text is very good
test, since you must copy everything - you can't anticipate what is going
to be sent.
There is also a Farnsworth control. In Farnsworth mode, characters are sent
at a "higher" speed, but additional time is added between character
and words. This method lets you hear the characters at a "normal"
speed, while providing extra time for learners to copy.
Xchat/CWirc - use twcw as a keyer for Xchat/CWirc to send and receive Morse
over the internet. NOTE: The CWirc mode has been removed temporarily.
Morse Practice - generates selectable, random 5 letter groups or send
Farnsworth Timing - sends characters at a "higher" speed but provides
extra time between characters and words.
Uses the real time clock device for code generation.
Macro Keys - create your own macros for sending short strings of text.
Interfaces with logs - Calls entered in log programs can be sent with
a keystroke. Currently, this works with twlog and xlog.
Sends text from the keyboard.
Sends text from files. Text files can contain "place holders" which
allow you to enter variable text, like contest numbers and signal reports.