Morse Code Translator

The morse code translator is designed to convert the normal English text into morse code or vice-versa. It can encode or decode morse code.


About Morse Code Translator

The morse code translator is a free tool where you can convert text into morse code or morse code into text. Also, it's very simple to use. Just type or paste the code or text into the input box. As a result, you will get your Morse code or English text results in less than a second.

In addition, you can press the Play button to listen to the morse code. Moreover, you can change the speed of translation voice in wpm (Words per minute).

If you want to convert binary code into text, try the Binary Translator.

Morse Code Translator - Encode or Decode the Morse Code

How to Use the Morse Code Translator?

Follow the instructions below.

  1. To get started, type or paste your Morse Code or Text into the input box. Yes, you can write either Morse code or Text. Our tool supports both types of translation.
  2. In addition, you can check the "( / ) Separator" checkbox and add the slash in between the converted words.
  3. Now simply press the "Translate" button to get the translation result. Your results will appear in the below text box.
  4. Lastly, you can press the "Play" button and listen to the Morse code sound. Also, you can increase or decrease the sound speed from 5wpm to 25wpm.
  5. Moreover, you can use the "Reset" button for new translations.

What is Morse Code?

The morse code is a method of communication that uses a series of dots and dashes to represent letters, numbers, and symbols. The dash (-) represents a high pulse and the dot (.) represents a low pulse. When we arrange it in series they form a message.


Saying 'Hello' in Morse Code will look like this:

.... . .-.. .-.. ---

Use our Morse Code Translator to decode your name or text into Morse code. Also, observe how many short and long pulses are there. Because through the pulses you can determine the alphabet or letter behind the code. In addition, morse code is the most secure way to send or receive a message over long distances. Mostly army or secret service uses it to pass messages.

Basic Overview of Morse Code

Every English alphabet (A - Z) and numbers (0 - 9) have unique Morse Code. Memorizing all of them is a bit tough. Therefore, we have developed the Morse Code Translator for making the translation easier and faster.

The following tables define the Morse code alphabet, numbers, and the special characters. You can find any character's morse code using these tables.

Morse Code Alphabet (International)


Morse Code Numbers


Special Characters


Morse Code Chart

The following Morse code chart includes three code formats. That is American, Continental, and International.

Morse Code Alphabet Chart

How to Convert Text to Morse Code?

Dealing with any kind of Morse translation, the most vital thing is the Morse Code Chart. Memorizing the full chart is difficult, so it's better if you keep this chart handy. You can access the chart anytime from our website.

Let's understand the translation with the help of an example.


Let's convert "Cake" into morse code.

When you place this word on our translator then you will get the output as below.

-.-. .- -.- .

Let's check how we can get this manually.

Text to Morse Code

Follow the step by step instructions below.

  1. "Cake" has four letters 'c', 'a', 'k', and 'e'.
  2. First of all, Look for the Morse code for all individual letters from chart.
  3. Starting from the first put all Morse codes in order.
  4. At the end you will get a string like this "-.-. .- -.- .". It's your Morse code translation result.
  5. That's it. Very Simple!

How to Convert Morse Code to Text?

The process of morse code to text translation is almost the same as of text to morse code. The difference is that in text to morse code, you need to find the consecutive morse code for the character. Here, you need to find the consecutive character for the morse code.


Convert ".... .. -.-.--" into text.

morse code to text


You can simply place "I Love You" in our translator. As a result, you will get this: ".. / .-.. --- ...- . / -.-- --- ..-"

SOS = "... --- ..."

You can find it on our website or you can download it from here: Morse Code Chart

Yes, our translator supports most of the special symbols and numbers. So, you can easily convert it.