Morse Code and Phonetic Alphabets
- Morse Code Translator
The Morse code translator translates to and from Morse code and can play the Morse to you as sound.
You can use it to easily share messages with your friends.
It runs on your computer and therefore is very quick.
You have full control over the speed, pitch and volume of the sounds.
Internet Explorer users may find that the
older version of this translator
which uses Java produces a better sound.
- Morse Code Trainer
This Morse code trainer takes you through a set of exercises to teach you to copy and send Morse code. It is designed to be used by the CWops CW Academy where experts get involved to help coach you.
- Morse Code Transcriber
This tool lets you try to convert Morse code sound into text. It uses your computer's microphone to listen to the Morse code and attempts to interpret it. Right now it is just an experiment and in no way finished but it's fun to try!
- Old Morse Code Translator
The oldest Morse code translator translates to and from Morse code and can play the Morse to you as sound.
It runs on a computer in America and so could be slow if you wanted to listen to the Morse.
- Morse Code
A listing of the Morse code, including punctuation, non-English letters, prosigns,
Q codes and other common abbreviations.
- Phonetic Alphabets
A listing of the more common phonetic alphabets (of the alpha, bravo, charlie type).
- Morse Code Frequently Asked Questions
This is an effort to cut down the number of emails I receive about Morse code.
Please read the FAQ before emailing me!