Morse Code Translator

Morse code translator is a handy online tool that allows you to convert the human readable language (usually English) into Morse code and vice versa. 

This tool performs the following functions.

  1. Text to Morse Code Conversion:

In this case, you type a text (it can be a letter, word, sentence, paragraph, or any number) into the translator. Click the “Translate to Morse Code” button and the tool then converts the text into its corresponding Morse code representation. Usually, the letters are separated by space, while the words are separated by forward slashes “/”.  

Other than English, the tool also converts other languages into Morse Code. It depends on the tool which language it supports.

  1. Morse Code to Text Conversion:

In this mode, you just have to enter any of the Morse Code and then click the “Translate to Text” button. The code will translate back into human readable text.

Our tool supports the following languages. You can translate any of these languages into Morse Code and vice versa.

  1. English (translate English into Morse Code and vice versa)
  2. Russian (translate Russian into Morse Code and vice versa)
  3. Persian (translate Persian into Morse Code and vice versa)
  4. Latin (translate Latin into Morse Code and vice versa)
  5. Hebrew (translate Hebrew into Morse Code and vice versa)
  6. Japanese (translate Japanese into Morse Code and vice versa)
  7. Hindi (translate Hindi into Morse Code and vice versa)
  8. Arabic (translate Arabic into Morse Code and vice versa)
  9. Greek (translate Greek into Morse Code and vice versa)
  10. Thai (translate Thai into Morse Code and vice versa)

Morse Code Chart for Latin Characters and Numbers

Character Morse Code
A .-
B -…
C -.-.
D -..
E .
F ..-.
G –.
H ….
I ..
J .—
K -.-
L .-..
N -.
P .–.
Q –.-
R .-.
U ..-
V …-
W .–
X -..-
Y -.–
Z –..
Character Morse Code
0 —–
1 .—-
2 ..—
3 …–
4 ….-
5 …..
6 -….
7 –…
8 —..
9 —-.

Morse Code Punctuation Chart

Morse Code Punctuation Chart

Punctuation Morse Code Punctuation Morse Code
, –..– . .-.-.-
? ..–.. .—-.
! -.-.– / -..-.
( -.–. ) -.–.-
& .-… : —…
; -.-.-. = -…-
+ .-.-. -….-
_ ..–.- .-..-.
$ …-..- @ .–.-.

How is Morse code used?

Morse code was developed in the 1830s by Samuel F. B. Morse and his assistant Alfred Lewis Vail. They invented the code as part of their work on the electric telegraph to send messages over long distances using electrical pulses. 

These codes have various types of use both historically and in the present time too.

Historically, these codes initially developed for telegraphs. The telegraph operators used electrical pulses to send coded messages over long distances. The operators used the telegraph key to open and close the electrical circuit to produce the specific dots and dashes of Morse Code. 

These codes remain an essential part for amateur radio operators, also known as “hams.” They can be more reliable in certain conditions, making it a preferred mode of communication among ham radio enthusiasts. Some ham radio licenses still require Morse code proficiency. 

People with disabilities that affect their speech or motor skills also use Morse Code as an alternative communication method.

There are many more uses of these codes like emergency signals via light or sound, encryption for secrecy, educational insight into history, etc.

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