By Gaye Levy – Backdoor Survival
Unlike amateur radio, there is no license requirement to send Morse code. With a bit of practice, anyone can send Morse Code and big brother will not stop you. That being said, it would be extremely rude, impolite, and dangerous to send out irrelevant Morse Code, especially while in the midst of a disruptive event.
Why Morse code? Morse code transmits text information as a series of on-off tones, lights, or clicks. By interpreting these signals, a skilled listener (or observer in the case of lights), will understand the message without the need to have specialized equipment.
About the author:
Gaye Levy started Backdoor Survival so that she could share her angst and concern about our deteriorating economy and its impact on ordinary, middle-class folks. She also wanted to become a prepper of the highest order and to share her knowledge as she learned it along the way. On Backdoor Survival you will find survival and preparedness tools and tips for creating a self-reliant lifestyle through thoughtful prepping and optimism.
To read more from Gaye, visit her website, Backdoor Survival. You can also follow Gaye on Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and Pinterest or purchase her eBook, The Prepper’s Guide to Food Storage on Amazon.com.