Niki_K's Review of MorsedecoderReviewed on 12/22/18 1:23 PM
Initially, I could only get sporadic letters when I sent code through my old iambic keyer. After adjusting the weight it works great even though I am a bit rusty. It works well receiving weak signals even with considerable noise. After a 20 year break from HF, I'm preparing to jump back in, mostly CW. Good app, 73 de KD6NB
K6WMD's Review of MorsedecoderReviewed on 12/22/18 1:23 PM
I converse on CW (morse) frequently but am only skilled to about 13 words per minute. This app decodes everything perfectly at all speeds on ham radio. I don't know why some people have trouble I just got my first iphone4 yesterday (never had an iPhone) and got this app today. Of Course the received code must be decent quality just as needed for human ears. Totally worth $10 considering mfj decoders are about $100 and don't even work near as good. Totally recommend!
Bills133's Review of MorsedecoderReviewed on 12/22/18 1:23 PM
Can not get it to read a single letter except e Tried changing settings, input level, filtering , speed No luck Maybe its just my phone!
Kmc127's Review of MorsedecoderReviewed on 12/22/18 1:23 PM
This app would be worth 2.99 as is tops. The dev should add more function for 10 bucks. Even simple things like text to morse would be helpful.
Farmerr Red's Review of MorsedecoderReviewed on 12/22/18 1:23 PM
I have a Yaesu ft 857. I hav to change my receiver to 700hz or the iPhone WILL NOT hear the CW. I also find it useful to set the manual speed a little above the current words per minute. A person can spend his whole life developing a CW decoder and it will never work like what’s in between your ears. It really has a hard time decoding sloppy straight keys but extremely well with iambic decoding. It decodes straight key practice oscillator with precision sending. Most people use paddles or sticks anyway. This app is great for backup when I’m focused on a letter and now 14 letters behind and can jut glance over to catch up again. Apps absolutely worth the money. Maybe not the big app but this one is great. I’m extremely happy. Waaaay cheaper then a decoder on $15k radio that barely works and some commercial one that works poorly too. You shouldn’t regret it, (use manual settings) I don’t!
Bban2010's Review of MorsedecoderReviewed on 12/22/18 1:23 PM
Works on my iPad mini and my iPhone 3GS. It took awhile to find an app that sent audio Morse code so I tried their, "Text2morse" app. Used my iPad to send, while iPhone decoded and it worked like a charm. I wanted to write a review on text2morse, but I don't want to spend all day looking for it. I just wantd to say I downloaded many apps that didn't work before I found it. The only complaint is that it works only in protrait mode and it would be better if it played in landscae as well as I'm using a bluetooth keyboard in landscape mode and it is akward to hold it in portait orientation.
A long time ham's Review of MorsedecoderReviewed on 12/22/18 1:23 PM
I thought this might help with some faster cw. It can't cop cq at any speed. Save your ten bucks.
LuciferLost's Review of MorsedecoderReviewed on 12/22/18 1:23 PM
Works like it says and able to tweek settings to decode mosrse code noise into text .Great product .
blazingfist's Review of MorsedecoderReviewed on 12/22/18 1:23 PM
I don't need a code reader, but so many hams run cw via keyboard, I thought I would see how well it works. I've just had the app a day and have only tested it in actual QSOs, which are never regular, so I wasn't surprised to see a host of errors and misunderstood characters. I'll give it a better test on the ARRL Code Practice sessions, but if this is the way keyboards read code, then it sure explains a lot of the LID activity we hear when working DX. I've always wondered why they keep calling on frequency when the DX says UP, or keep sending their callsign when the DX is answering someone else.
Swedenborg2's Review of MorsedecoderReviewed on 12/22/18 1:23 PM
This really works. I bought a short wave receiver and now I can listen to code. Just what I wanted.