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Friday 28 Jul 2006: The @-sign in Morse Code
In May 2004 the International Telecommunications Union in Geneva approved a new recommendation, ITU-R M.1677, which added the @-sign to International Morse Code. The sign is a combination of the two Morse letters A and C, transmitted without a pause [.--.-.]. It is said that this has been the first addition to the Morse alphabet since at least World War II.

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