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Ham University

By MICA Free to try Editors' Rating

Editors' Review

Download.com Staff Feb 27, 2009
This tool features lessons and exercises for learning and brushing up on your Morse code knowledge, but is marred by a mere five-minute session limitation. Ham University's functions and features are easily accessed through a simple, cartoonlike interface. Ham University features different examination levels and elements to review for FCC exams. The program instantly scores your tests and displays scores needed to pass the exam. The Morse code section of the program generates tones to translate, but expects users to have previous knowledge of the Morse code alphabet. The application includes an amusing game inspired by Tetris to test your Morse code knowledge. Unfortunately, you get a measly five minutes per session before the program shuts down. No warning is given, so users must remember to often save examinations and lesson points. Despite the extreme limitation, some dedicated Morse Code students may still find this application worth a try.

Full Specifications

What's new in version 3.12.01


Release July 5, 2012
Date Added June 30, 2012
Version 3.12.01

Operating Systems

Operating Systems Windows 8, Windows Vista, Windows, Windows 7, Windows XP
Additional Requirements None


Total Downloads 13,519
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Developer's Description

Ham University helps you learn Morse code and prepare for your FCC Exams. It includes Morse code lessons, exercises and a neat game (Pentode) inspired by Tetris. For the written exam there is a training program plus practice exams. This is a solid top-of-the line Windows program written by one of the developers of Windows. Supports the latest General Question Pool and the @-sign.