SOS Signal


SOS Signal is an internationally recognized Morse code distress signal which is a combination of dots and dashes. It was originally instituted for maritime use and popularized later as a distress signal all over the world. Commonly, SOS stands for ‘Save Our Souls’ or ‘Save our Ship’ but in reality, it’s not an abbreviation. In Morse code, three dots stand for ‘S’ and three dashes stand for ‘O’. SOS signal was first introduced in Germany on 1st April, 1905. Earlier, SOS distress signals were used solely by the ships to communicate emergency,but later it was adopted globally. Due to its popular use during emergency, it has entered in normal use as a sign or a crisis or the need for action. SOS was only used by maritime radio as a distress signal until 1999, later it was replaced by the Global Maritime Distress & Safety System. Origin of SOS…

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