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Uploaded on Jun 11, 2009

This is an attempt to build a very small semi-automatic Morse code key. It is magnetically tensioned and has an internal pendulum. While it's not quite the world's smallest bug, it does come close, and it can be used as effectively as a conventional bug. Visit http://wb9lpu.googlepages.com for more information.

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