Morse Code Chart

Letter Morse Code
A .-
B -...
C -.-.
D -..
E .
F ..-.
G --.
H ....
I ..
J .---
Letter Morse Code
K -.-
L .-..
M --
N -.
O ---
P .--.
Q --.-
R .-.
S ...
T -
Letter Morse Code
U ..-
V ...-
W .--
X -..-
Y -.--
Z --..
1 .----
2 ..---
3 ...--
4 ....-
Letter Morse Code
5 .....
6 -....
7 --...
8 ---..
9 ----.
0 -----
, --..--
? ..--..
: ---...
& .-...

Why use Morse Code Chart

As organic chemistry cannot be learned without the Periodic table, learning morse code requires a learning chart too. The Morse Code chart contains the morse code of all the alphabets from A to Z, the numerals, and some special character, that is, the whole building block of data in form of sequential dots and dashes. h

Learning Morse code through a chart is more convenient as compared to other sources, as all of the text to morse translations are contained in the same place so you do not need to search for any characters all over. This chart helps translate morse code manually, and you can get accustomed to the codes just as efficiently as a Morse Code Translator tool.

Using a chart can make text to morse and morse translations easier, simpler, and more effective. This way, you can practice and perform better with encoding and decoding.

The Morse Code Chart includes all the codes for alphabets, from (•➖) to (➖➖・・), that is A to Z and numbers in ones, that is, from 0 to 9, (➖➖➖➖➖) to (➖➖➖➖•) in Morse Code, and some special characters.

How to memorize the chart

Memorizing something may not sound fun or interesting if done the normal way. It requires some tricks to be applied. To memorize the Morse Code chart, you may consider embedding the following into your learning schedule.

  • Relate all of it to something interesting

    You may also relate the code to other interesting topics, such as historical events, science, sports, or your daily life. This will make the code more interesting, and you will likely remember it better. You may also relate the code to other interesting topics, such as historical events, science, sports, or your daily life.

  • Make a mind map

    Make a mind map of the Morse Code chart. This may assist in making the code more interesting to memorize. You can also color code the letters and numbers so that it is easier to remember them.

  • Visualize in pictures

    Picture yourself receiving a telegram, and then reciting it back to the sender. Visualizing in pictures will make the code easier to remember. You may try writing code in your head, and then drawing the corresponding letter or number on a piece of paper. Or you may try drawing a picture of a telegraph machine with the corresponding letter or number on it

  • Using Morse code learning applications

    Learning applications have been developed to make memorizing the Morse Code easier. You may use these applications to learn the code, and then try to memorize it without the application. There are a variety of applications that you can use to learn the code. These applications can be used on your phone or tablet.

  • Practice with children's book

    You may practice the code by reading the letters and numbers from a children’s book with easier words and try encoding and decoding them. The basic words will aid in easier learning and memorizing.