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Learn Morse Code With This Morse Translator and Decoder

chart for translating from the alphabet to morse code

Use this helpful tool to translate between morse code and text. To begin, please enter words or morse code in the Input box and press Translate.


How to translate morse code to text:

  • Enter morse code into the input box using period (.) and minus sign (-)
  • Morse letters must be separated by 1 space
  • Morse words must be separated by 3 or more spaces
  • You can use / to separate morse words. There must be at least 1 space before and after each separator used

How to translate text to morse code:

  • Enter text into input box
  • Characters that cannot be translated into morse will be ignored
  • If morse code and text is entered, the converter will assume morse mode

The Morse Code Generator and Translator is based on code developed by Kurt Grigg.


Morse code is a method of communicating with a series of sounds or lights that can be understood only by someone who knows the code.

Each Morse code symbol represents either a letter or number and is represented by a unique sequence of dots and dashes. The duration of a dash is three times the duration of a dot.

Samuel F.B. Morse invented a code that was used to send messages over electric telegraphs in the 1830s. The SOS distress signal — three dots, three dashes, three dots — proved to be a simple way to communicate in an emergency.

With the invention of the telephone (and, later, two-way radios and cellphones), Morse code is nowadays used mostly just for fun by amateur radio operators. Certain amateur radio bands are still reserved for Morse code use.


Learning morse code can be a fun and rewarding experience. It may seem daunting at first, but with practice, anyone can learn to interpret and transmit Morse code messages.

One of the best ways to start learning morse code is to use an online morse code translator like the one on this page. These tools give you the chance to practice and test your abilities.

A chart like this one can also help you learn morse code by visualizing the dots and dashes on the letters of the alphabet:

A great way to practice is by listening to morse code transmissions on the radio. Many amateur radio operators still use morse code, and you can tune in to their transmissions and try to interpret the messages. You can also join a morse code club or group to practice with other enthusiasts.

Learning morse code may seem like an outdated skill, but it can be a fun and rewarding hobby. It can also be useful in emergency situations when other forms of communication are unavailable. With a bit of practice and dedication, anyone can become proficient in morse code and enjoy the thrill of transmitting and receiving messages in this classic code.

36 Comments on Learn Morse Code With This Morse Translator and Decoder

  1. It’s so much fun to leave messages in morsecode in necklaces!

  2. I just started learning Morse code and I know so much thanks

  3. My name is Morse, thought I should learn the code!

  4. Morse code still used in our signal school

  5. wowzies_look_oofs // May 24, 2024 at 9:47 am // Reply

    This is amazing! i’m not a scout or anything, but i learned about morse code and this is a really fun website! definitely try it out.

  6. wowzies_look_oofs // May 23, 2024 at 2:21 pm // Reply

    this morse code is aweswome!

  7. Aweswome_person123! // May 23, 2024 at 2:19 pm // Reply

    This website is amazing! definitely recommend for a fun activity/hobby. I’m learning it myself.

  8. morse coder // May 3, 2024 at 5:17 am // Reply

    thanks for the morse code

  9. Brianhandlebars // March 3, 2024 at 4:18 pm // Reply

    I was a Wireless Operator in the RAF in the 1950’s, using the Morse Code. Once mastered it stays with you for life, I still find myself trying to read a dripping tap!

  10. I love this website it helps so much with science!

  11. this has really helped me understand the concept of mores code. this really help me remember our past and what we use to do to be secret and stay out of trouble. It shows how they made it up which is pretty cool to see and it as well helps out with what it sounds like its pretty awesome. i think that more people need to see this website and experience it because it helped me in every way possible. hope you have a wonderful day!


  13. very good

  14. Amazing. Thank you so much to whoever created this! Love this

  15. mason the evle // December 6, 2023 at 3:59 pm // Reply

    very cool

  16. a morse code for this is cool

  17. Somebody that you used to know // October 16, 2023 at 2:01 pm // Reply

    It helps

  18. thanks is very funy and real coding

  19. Lord pug face of gwallager XII // October 3, 2023 at 10:27 am // Reply

    This is very cooooooool!!!!!!

  20. You are really helping me learn morse code!

  21. why do i want to lie.

  22. so helpfull!! for like bestie things

  23. The . makes a beep
    The – makes a beeeep

  24. Anonymous // May 23, 2023 at 4:25 am // Reply


  25. Anonymous // May 20, 2023 at 8:43 am // Reply

    It is fun and helpful?

  26. what Im saying is true // May 16, 2023 at 5:35 pm // Reply

    my name is lying to you

  27. my dad loves radios and morse code!!!!! So, I like to do morse code stuff too.

  28. Aloha!

  29. minecraft-man // April 17, 2023 at 7:09 am // Reply

    this rocks

  30. Hi

  31. .--. .. --.. --.. .- // April 7, 2023 at 10:32 am // Reply

    .. – / .. … / ..-. ..- -. / .- -. -.. / …. . .-.. .–. ..-. ..- .-..

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