It's actually from the website called -- www.cryptomuseum.com which, I think is in Holland, not Bletchley Park, England. That website has a lot of info on the old cipher and crypto machines, including simulators for the Enigma and the American KL-7 that can be downloaded and run on just about any PC.
Jim - W0EB
> On 04/07/2013 13:42, Phil Anderson wrote:
>> Yup, a neat show and good talks. Tom, I too noted Woody's
>> electronic Enigma simulator and it sure was a beautiful and neat
>> project. He indicated we could order it through a group/museum?
>> in the UK.....search via google to find. Anybody else tired? Hi.
>> Unk Phil
> I think he said he got it from the museum at Bletchly Park.
> Yes, I'm tired as well. A 3 hour drive and met up with the wife &
> in-laws in Pittsburg for dinner, then came home to mow the grass
> before it started raining again, which it didn't. Then had a
> number of other things to do so no chance of a nap for me at all.
> Tom Sevart N2UHC
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