Morse Classic is a Morse code training program for aspiring radio hams. It can generate random tests or simulated QSOs resembling those used in the ARRL test (a QSO generator is included). There are a plethora of options for varying the training method. In one of the simpler modes, this program will take text from standard input and render it as Morse code beeps.
WebFDLog is a Web-based logging program for use at Amateur Radio's yearly Field Day. It uses an SQLite backend to store contact data. Because it is Web-based, it is cross-platform and does not require the establishment of Windows peer-to-peer network shares. The project also aims to develop a LiveCD and/or VMware Player based system that contains the logging system, a DHCP server, and an mDNS system to allow as pain-free and simple installation on Field Day as possible.
Sam is a Morse code trainer. It is a bash script that runs in a terminal. It beeps and boops out the command-line arguments in Morse code. If there are no command-line arguments, then it beeps and boops the Usage message. Simple, no? But the gimmick is that it prints out the text to the terminal, and the cursor below the text keeps track of which letter is being sounded.
ToneTool is a J2ME application for generating various tones and selective calling sequences used in professional radio communication systems. By using a mobile phone, one does not need any external hardware encoder, tone dialer, or expensive radiotelephone. Currently supported modes are DTMF, Select-V, and 1750 Hz repeater tone.