Morse Code Interface for Computer
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APPLE SWITCH INTERFACE --- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 1/94) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Apple Switch Interface is an adapter that allows any single or dual switch to be used in place of the pushbutton on a joystick or game paddle. This interface allows those who cannot press the buttons on a joystick (or game paddle) to use joystick/paddle-operated software. COMPATIBILITY: For use on Apple II computers. WEIGHT: 1.2 ounces....[More Information]
COMPUTER AIDS FOR THE BLIND (40 PROGRAMS) --- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 10/96) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Computer Aids for the Blind is a set of 40 programs designed for blind and deaf-blind computer users. The programs have a variety of functions. Some provide synthesized voice output of words typed on the keyboard. Some of the programs allow spoken messages to be composed using a single switch, either by typing in Morse code or by selecting words or phrases from short lists read aloud by the synthesizer. Simple communicati...[More Information]
MED MORSE CODE INTERFACE --- DISCONTINUED. RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Morse code computer interface. Provides full function of Apple II or Apple IIe keyboard using a special Morse code and conventional Morse keyer. Keyboard entry function requires 2 slight motions. Can also be used with any MED switch, one for dots and one for dashes. Special Morse code characters eliminate need for user to learn code. Double and repeat functions can be performed. Uses any program available for Apple without adaptation, plu...[More Information]
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