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Morse Code

The sequence of short and long signals of lights or sounds used in communication

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Morse Code is a sequence of short and long signals of lights or sounds used in communication. The International Morse Code identifies each latin alphabet letter with a series of short (dots) and long (dashes) signals.

  1. A dash is equal to three dots
  2. The space between parts of the same letter is equal to one dot
  3. The space between two letters is equal to three dots
  4. The space between two words is equal to seven dots

Morse Code - Letters

A Morse Code - A - Alpha
B Morse Code - B - Bravo
C Morse Code - C - Charlie
D Morse Code - D - Delta
E Morse Code - E - Echo
F Morse Code - F - Foxtrot
G Morse Code - G - Golf
H Morse Code - H - Hotel
I Morse Code - I - India
J Morse Code - J - Juliet
K Morse Code - K - Kilo
L Morse Code - L - Lima
M Morse Code - M - Mike
N Morse Code - N - November
O Morse Code - O - Oscar
P Morse Code - P - Papa
Q Morse Code - Q - Quebec
R Morse Code - R - Romeo
S Morse Code - S - Sierra
T Morse Code - T - Tango
U Morse Code - U - Uniform
V Morse Code - V - Victor
W Morse Code - W - Whiskey
X Morse Code - X - XRay
Y Morse Code - Y - Yankee
Z Morse Code - Z - Zulu

Morse Code - Numbers

Zero Morse Code - 0 - Zero
One Morse Code - 1 - One
Two Morse Code - 2 - Two
Three Morse Code - 3 - Three
Four Morse Code - 4 - Four
Five Morse Code - 5 - Five
Six Morse Code - 6 - Six
Seven Morse Code - 7 - Seven
Eight Morse Code - 8 - Eight
Nine Morse Code - 9 - Nine

Morse Code - Non Alpha

Comma Morse Code - , - Comma
Hyphen Morse Code - - - Hyphen
Full Stop Morse Code - . - Full Stop
Question Mark Morse Code - ? - Question Mark