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Morse Code

Morse Code

International Morse Code

Letters

A· –
B– · · ·
C– · – ·
D– · ·
E·
F· · – ·
G– – ·
H· · · ·
I· ·
J· – – –
K– · –
L· – · ·
M– –
N– ·
O– – –
P· – – ·
Q– – · –
R· – ·
S· · ·
T
U· · –
V· · · –
W· – –
X– · · –
Y– · – –
Z– – · ·

Numbers and Punctuation

1· – – – –
2· · – – –
3· · · – –
4· · · · –
5· · · · ·
6– · · · ·
7– – · · ·
8– – – · ·
9– – – – ·
0– – – – –
Period· – · – · –
Comma– – · · – –

American Morse CodeThe American Morse differs in the following symbols:

Letters

C· ·  ·
F· – ·
J– · – ·
L&Mdash;
O·  ·
P· · · · ·
Q· · – ·
R·  · ·
X· – · ·
Y· ·  · ·
Z· · ·  ·

Numbers and Punctuation

1· – – ·
2· · – · ·
3· · · – ·
4· · · · –
5– – –
6· · · · · ·
7– – · ·
8– · · · ·
9– · · –
0&Mdash;
Period· · – – · ·
Comma· – · –

The Columbia Electronic Encyclopedia, 6th ed. Copyright © 2012, Columbia University Press. All rights reserved.

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