Communications

Morse Code:

The principal methods used for the transmission of Morse Code are Sound, Flashing Light, Telegraphy and Line Telegraphy. The symbols of the Morse Code are expressed by an arrangement of 'dots and dashes'. A 'dot' is used as the unit of duration. A 'dash' is equal to three units (or dots). The space between each 'dot' or 'dash' is one unit; but between special characters three units; and between words seven units. Try the 'Morse Code Translator' at the bottom of the page.

Letter Phonetic

Morse

Letter

Phonetic

Morse

A

Alpha

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N

November

-

B

Bravo

-

O

Oscar

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C

Charlie

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P

Papa

--

D

Delta

-

Q

Quebec

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E

Echo

R

Romeo

-

F

Foxtrot

-

S

Sierra

G

Golf

--

T

Tango

-

H

Hotel

U

Uniform

-

I

India

V

Victor

-

J

Juliet

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W

Whiskey

--

K

Kilo

--

X

Xray

--

L

Lima

-

Y

Yankee

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M

Mike

--

Z

Zulu

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Numbers

Numeral Phonetic

Morse

Numeral

Phonetic

Morse

0

Zero

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5

Fi-yiv

1

Wun

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6

Six

-

2

Too

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7

Se-ven

--

3

Thuh-ree

--

8

Ate

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4

Fo-wer

-

9

Ni-ner

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Morse Code Translator

Type in the wording you wish to translate into the top box (LOWER CASE FONT ONLY) and click the 'Translate' button.