Ham radio operators will be amused to learn Morse code has moved to the Internet. A Slashdot.org item, Morse Code Migrating to the Net said people are carrying out Morse code conversations over the Internet. To find out more about how it works and where to download the software to make it work, see Morse code on the Internet. CWCom is one popular Morse code chat program.
Internet TV systems and coding
Today's TV viewers want more content from an increasing number of sources, and that means that Internet delivery is a growing phenomenon. With hybrid technologies emerging, it is reasonable to expect that television broadcast will increasingly use the Internet to expand throughput beyond that afforded by a single RF channel. But there are limitations to the Internet that must be understood in order to capitalize on this commodity, and some of those constraints are being overcome by new technologies.