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|#25 - 04.12.2019, 08:08:36: Slawek|
Thank you very much.
All the best,
|#24 - 16.11.2019, 01:21:32: Michael|
|Dear Slawek. Great job. Great looking machine! All the best Michael.|
|#23 - 25.10.2019, 12:27:07: Slawek|
|hallo, ich lasse dich einen der chiffretexte auf deiner seite benutzen, um mein elektronisches rätsel zu überprüfen https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=COFy5Tt1F4A&t=11s|
|#22 - 14.02.2018, 08:50:11: Jonathan Robert De Mallie|
|Thank - You for all you have done and well.|
Jonathan Robert De Mallie
|#21 - 08.01.2017, 23:18:54: Tom|
|nice to touch with the practical reality of the subject matter and to see the fragments of evidence preserved. excellent!|
|#20 - 14.10.2016, 16:49:24: Kris|
|Please correct my previous entry - SK (End Of Transmission) is "dit dit dit dash dit dash". Sorry for the typo, Morse code is an audio language, not a written language.|
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|#19 - 14.10.2016, 16:38:50: Kris Francis|
|Please correct this small error: In Morse Code, end of contact is SK (sent as "dit dit dit dash dit") sent as one letter, NOT VA "dit dit dit dash dit dash). In Morse code, there's a difference between SK and V A, as SK implies End Of Contact, and "V A" has no implicit meaning.|
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|#18 - 18.08.2015, 03:47:43: Michael|
|Dear Brad. Thank you very much. Please contact me via the contact formular...|
All the best
|#17 - 10.08.2015, 06:22:24: Brad Golding|
Just stumbled across your great site. Many thanks for such an informative site. I look forward to seeing more.
I am seeking a digital or photo copy of 2 particular code books with the tables in them. One is the Kenngruppen Buch and the other is the Kurzsignalnuch. Do you know of a source?
Take care and keep well.
|#16 - 25.04.2015, 00:58:34: Michael|
|There are some improvements you can do to accelerate the hillclimbing process. Feel free to contact me. Michael|