Mô͘-su tiān-má

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Môo-su tiān-má pió, iû 26 ê La-ting jī-bó kah 10 ê sòo-jī sóo tsoo-sîng--ê.[1]

Môo-su tiān-má (Eng-gí: Morse code) sī tsi̍t-tsióng teh tiān-sìn lāi-té kah bûn-pún jī-hû iōng tiám kah uē nn̄g-tsióng bô kāng-khuánn ê sìn-hō sio-liân-suà ê sî-kan tsi piau-tsún huà sū-lia̍t ê pian-má hong-huat.[2][3] Môo-su tiān-má sī teh 1836 nî iû tiān-pò ê huat-bîng tsiá bí-kok-lâng Alfred Vail kah Samuel Morse sóo tsè-tīng ê, lî-tshiánn koh-iōng Samuel Morse lâi bīng-miâ--ê.

Tsù-kái[edit | edit source]

  1. "International Morse code Recommendation ITU-R M.1677-1". itu.int. International Telecommunication Union. October 2009. goân-loē-iông tī 6 November 2012 hőng khó͘-pih. 23 December 2011 khòaⁿ--ê. 
  2. F. S. Beechey, Electro-Telegraphy, London: E. & F. N. Spon, 1876, p. 71
  3. F. J. Camm, Radio Engineer's Pocket Book, 2nd ed., Chemical Publishing Co., 1941, p. 72

Tsham-khó bûn-hiàn[edit | edit source]

  • Burns, R. W. (2004), Communications: an international history of the formative years, Institution of Electrical Engineers, ISBN 0-86341-327-7 
  • Freebody, J. W. (1959), "Historical Survey of Telegraphy", Telegraphy, London: Sir Isaac Pitman & Sons, Ltd. 

Tsham-kiàn[edit | edit source]

Graphical representation of the dichotomic search table. The graph branches left for each dot and right for each dash until the character representation is exhausted.

Guā-pōo liân-kiat[edit | edit source]

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