Morse Code Translator, converter and decoder – Use this Online Morse Code Translator to convert Text to Morse code and Morse code to text as well. It also Generates Morse code audio sound with flashes of light that you can play and download.

Morse Code Translator

Step 1: Enter Text Message to translate it to Morse code or vice versa.
Step 2: Get Morse code or Text Message as output based on your input.
Step 3: Download Audio Sound or play around with different options.


Morse Code allows operators to send messages using dots and dashes to communicate during difficult and noisy environments. Morse code was invented by Samuel Morse in 1840s. It was widely used in amateur radio, military and aviation activities.

In Morse code, longer signals represented by dash and shorter signals represented by dots. In the past, it is a highly reliable and effective communications method in the military and aviation.

Samuel Morse was sent “What hath God wrought” message in Morse code to open the Washington telegraph line on May 24, 1844. He got U.S patent for Morse code (dot-dash telegraphy signals) on June 20, 1840.

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Text to Morse Code Translator

Convert text to Morse code by simply typing text in the input field.

Paste or type text (letters, numbers and punctuation) in the input box and get Morse code in the output field. You can also use prosigns and Q codes that mentioned in the below table.

Morse code to Text Translator

Translate Morse code to text by pasting Morse in the input field.

You can paste/type Morse code (Dash, Dot, Letter Space, Word Separator) in the input field using symbols as shown in the following table. The text translation will appear in output box.

Morse Characters

Dash
.Dot
SpaceLetter separator
/Word separator
#Untranslatable character

Morse Code Translator Audio Function

Play the audio sound Online Morse Code Translator has audio sound play functionality, where you can pay the sound, pause the audio, and download it easily. To use our Morse code converter just enter your text message or Morse code characters in the input box and get the translation in the output box.

Morse Code Alphabet

The following table shows Morse Code chart for Alphabet Latin (A to Z), Numbers (0 to 9), Punctuation, Prosigns and Q codes.
1.Latin

LetterMorse Code
A.-
B-...
C-.-.
D-..
E.
F..-.
G--.
H....
I..
J.---
K-.-
L.-..
M--
N-.
O---
P.--.
Q--.-
R.-.
S...
T-
U..-
V...-
W.--
X-..-
Y-.--
Z--..
LetterMorse
ä.-.-
á.--.-
å.--.-
Ch----
é..-..
ñ--.--
ö---.
ü..--
2.Numbers
DigitMorse Code
0-----
1.----
2..---
3...--
4....-
5.....
6-....
7--...
8---..
9----.
3.Punctuation
Punctuation MarkMorse Code
& Ampersand.-...
' Apostrophe.----.
@ At sign.--.-.
) Bracket, close (parenthesis)-.--.-
( Bracket, open (parenthesis)-.--.
: Colon---...
, Comma--..--
= Equals sign-...-
! Exclamation markNot in ITU-R recommendation-.-.--
. Full-stop (period).-.-.-
- Hyphen-....-
+ Plus sign.-.-.
" Quotation marks.-..-.
? Question mark (query)..--..
/ Slash-..-.
4.Prosigns: Combination of 2 to 3 letters with no space and indicated with angled brackets.
ProsignMorse
New line.-.-
End of message.-.-.
Wait.-...
Break-...-.-
New paragraph (also =)-...-
Going off the air ("clear")-.-..-..
Start copying-.-.-
Change to wabun code-..---
Invite a specific station to transmit-.--.
End of transmission...-.-
Understood (also VE)...-.
Distress message...---...
5. Q codes: These are sent with normal spacing
Q CodeMeaning
QSLI acknowledge receipt
QSL?Do you acknowledge?
QRXWait
QRX?Should I wait?
QRVI am ready to copy
QRV?Are you ready to copy?
QRLThe frequency is in use
QRL?Is the frequency in use?
QTHMy location is...
QTH?What is your location?
7. Other Pharser
Other PhrasesAbbreviation
OverK
RogerR
See you laterCUL
Be seeing youBCNU
You'reUR
Signal reportRST
Best regards73
Love and kisses88