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@ZeissIkon's answer is correct: hardware Morse code tutor devices are for the learning stage where the student can correctly identify the characters every time, but is starting to work on speed. Please pardon my answering a related question that wasn't asked, "Is learning Morse code from a device that sends random characters a good way to learn Morse ...


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Generally, this kind of device is most useful when you're confident you can copy all the letters, numbers, and punctuation, if they're sent slowly enough or with enough time between, but want to improve your copy speed or work on "head copy." For instance, you can copy all day at 3 wpm, but 3 wpm is just fast enough to be really annoying for ...


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