Type your message here, either normal letters, numbers and punctuation or Morse code using ‘.’ for a dot, ‘-‘ or ‘_’ for a dash, separating letters by spaces and words by ‘/’ or ‘|’.
The translated message appears here with ‘#’ indicating an untranslatable character.
Content to Morse
Simply type letters, numbers, and accentuation into the top box and the Morse code will show up in the base box with a “#” if the character can’t be deciphered. On the off chance that you need to interpret prosigns, enter them as “<CT>” for example and tick the “Utilization prosigns” checkbox in the propeller controls. This is certainly not an extraordinary device for learning Morse code as taking a gander at the dabs and runs doesn’t help. Rather, attempt the CWOps Morse Coach.
Morse to Content
You can type Morse code into the top box utilizing “.” for a dab and “- ” or “_” for a scramble. Letters are isolated by spaces and words by “/” or “|”. The content interpretation will show up in the base box. On the off chance that a letter can’t be interpreted a “#” will show up in the yield.
Sound, Light, and Vibration
The “play”, “delay”, “stop” and “circle” catches control the playback. You can pick between hearing the sound, seeing a blazing light, or having your telephone vibrate utilizing the “Sound”, “Light” and “Vibrate” checkboxes. The vibrate alternative may just show up on a telephone. There are additionally best in class choices to control the pitch and speed. The “Farnsworth speed” is valuable when learning Morse code as it tends to be set lower than the other speed so as to loosen up the spaces among characters and words while keeping the Morse characters quick.
In the event that you might want to see a rundown of all the Morse code characters please go to my Morse Code page. In the event that you have any inquiries regarding Morse code or the interpreter, it would be ideal if you read my FAQ first.