Morse News (formerly RSS Morse) periodically reads one or more RSS (news) and/or Twitter feeds and translates the received messages into precisely timed International or American (railroad) Morse code.
The Morse code can be played as CW radio tones, old-fashioned CW spark-gap sounds, telegraph sounder click/clack sounds, or to a physical telegraph sounder connected to a serial port.
Split speeds are supported for Farnsworth effects. American code generation includes timing nuances that make it sound natural.
Morse Keyer is a software keyer that can be keyed via the mouse or a key/paddle connected to a serial port. It supports straight keying, semi-automatic (bug) keying, and Iambic A or B mode automatic keying.
The Morse code can be played as CW radio tones or telegraph sounder click/clack sounds. Optionally, the keyer can key an external telegraph sounder or loop, or a ham rig (while still playing the sound).
Since it supports semi-auto keying, it can be used to send American morse code (a single-lever paddle is best for this).