This open-source application enables ham radio operators to use their Android phones as memory keyers to send CW or Hellschreiber signals.
The application presents a list of editable phrases, then plays the selected phrase as morse code (or Hellschriber) through the sound output. The audible tones produced may be used directly if a modulated signal is desired, but the sound can also be routed through an easy-to-build radio interface which converts this sound into on/off keying for the transmitter. See http://code.google.com/p/androidomatic-keyer for details.
* generate CW or Hellschreiber tones
* unlimited list of editable phrase memories
* 'beacon mode' with geo-location awareness
* can generate code for non-english Latin characters, Russian, and Japanese.
First release to Android Market. May have bugs. :-)
Content rating: Low Maturity
Author: Templaro Team
Market link: com.templaro.opsiz.aka
Web site: http://code.google.com/p/androidomatic-keyer
Market downloads: 1,000-5,000
Market rating: 4.2 / 5.0