The First Message Sent Using Morse Code

Did you know that In 1836, Samuel Morse demonstrated the ability of a telegraph system to transmit information over wires. The information was sent as a series of electrical signals. Short signals are referred to as dits (represented as dots). Long signals are referred to as dahs (represented as dashes). With the advent of radio communications, an international version of Morse code became widely used.The very fist message ever sent was on May 24, 1844: “What hath God wrought?”

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