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SuperAldis 3.0

Superaldis is an aplication that will help you learn Morse Code by light.


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  • Last Updated: Jul 27, 2008
  • License: Freeware Free
  • OS: Windows XP/2000/98/Me
  • Requirements: No special requirements

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SuperAldis is a Home & Education software developed by J?tadskleiv. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for SuperAldis:

BS Editor: New features on Super Aldis 3.0 :

Regulate speed with WPM.
In the older SuperAldis the speed was a bit tricky to adjust, Now you can
just set the speed in WPM (words per minute) speed directly.
There is a separate setting for the spacing speed (WPM).
Usually the spacing speed should be the same as the word speed, but for learning
It' s a good advice to set this to 1 or 2.

More accurate timing.
SuperAldis is now adjusted to the 1:3:7 standard.
measured using the word "Paris".
Sending 6 words in a minute (paris paris paris paris paris paris) should be accurate on most systems.

Use Caps Lock or Num Lock LED to display or blink.
At first this seems just like a funny gimmick, but remember that many screens and graphic cards can be slow.
Using the keyboard LED vill give you a clear and distinct light source that resembles an aldis lamp from the distance.
If you have the time you can change one of the LED's with a strong white LED.
If you intend to use a stronger LED or lamp, horn or heliograph instead of the LED, you
will need to use a fast relay between the keyboard LED and the device.
Also remember to turn of Caps Lock and/or NumLock before you start.

Knock on wood.
After a request from a Pilot school in Italy.
You can also have a click sound when the lamp starts to illuminate, in order to mimic the relay sound.
You can also use this feature if you want to train on learning to receive Morse if some one is trying to send Morse code
by knocking on wood ! ! !

Network communication.
Use this feature if you want to communicate across a network (LAN; WAN or Internet).
Just select "Network" at the main menu.
In the Network QSO menu turn on the receiver.
If AutoPlay is selected, SuperAldis will automatically start to send any incoming messages as Morse code.
Under Local IP, your local IP address is shown, that is the address any one who want to send a message to
the SuperAldis running on your computer, should enter in the "Remote IP" in
you can free download SuperAldis 3.0 now.


Please be aware that Brothersoft do not supply any crack, patches, serial numbers or keygen for SuperAldis,and please consult directly with program authors for any problem with SuperAldis.