Morse code is a method of transmitting telegraphic information using a rhythm consisting of long and short elements that are commonly referred to as “dits” and “dahs” or dots and dashes. Morse code can be sent in the form of on-off tones, lights or clicks. Morse code is just like a new language, in which each letter or number is represented with a unique sequence of dits and dahs. Invented by Samuel F.B Morse in 1844, Morse Code now are mainly used by amateur radio operators. but a very important application of Morse code that may be helpful to everyone is signalling for help through SOS, which is “· · · — — — · · ·”. This can be used for help when you are in a situation where you are unable to effectively communicate with either sounds or lights. There are Morse codes for different languages such as Greek, Cyrillic, Hebrew, Arabic, Persian and Japanese etc. The Morse code for Latin alphabet usually includes 26 letters and 9 numerals as well as some extra punctuations. Below is a chart of Morse codes for basic Latin letters and numbers, punctuations.
What can you do with a Morse code font? Well, if you are learning Morse code, you can type your letter or words and view it in Morse code instantly then print them out as flashcards, or you can use it to write and hide your message for special reasons. Below is a Morse code font for Latin alphabet. In addition to 26 basic English letters and 9 numerals. It also contains additional punctuations like period, comma, @ $ symbol etc.
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Below is a collection of morse code font. The following tool will convert your desired text into images using morse code font. Simply enter your text, and then select your desired color and size and hit "GENERATE" button. You can save your image by right-clicking on the image, or get codes to embed your images on the web by clicking on the "EMBED" button.