Morse Code Based Ciphers

Pollux

The plain text is converted into morse code and the symbols of this code are replaced by literals of your choice. You must enter the literals to replace dots, dashes and dividers. No literal may appear as replacement for more than once. CipherClerk's Applet chooses among the entered symbols at random.

Example: SOS SOS (= ...x---x...xx...x---x...x) may result in 00185 64810 17722 38564 90117. Note that word spacings are denoted by two dividers and thus conserved.

Morbit

As before, the plain text is converted into morse code. A nine letter keyword is required:

A numeric key is derived and used to encode the nine possible pairs consisting of dashes, dots, and dividers. For the key word USER GUIDE we obtain (* = dot, - = dash, x = divider):

Key Word: U S E R G U I D E
Numeric Key:  8 7 2 6 4 9 5 1 3
1st Symbol: * * * - - - x x x
2nd Symbol: * - x * - x * - x
Using this, SOS SOS results in 82498 25814 585.

Fractionated Morse

As before, the plain text is converted into morse code. Using a key word and a mixing scheme a mixed 26 letter alphabet is generated. The morse code is read in groups of three symbols and each group is represented by a letter. (There are 3*3*3 = 27 possible combinations, but three consecutive dividers are not allowed)

For the setup shown above, we obtain:

E N T R H K Y A B C D F G I J L M O P Q S U V W X Z
* * * * * * * * * - - - - - - - - - x x x x x x x x
* * * - - - x x x * * * - - - x x x * * * - - - x x
* - x * - x * - x * - x * - x * - x * - x * - x * -
Using this, SOS SOS yields EVLTP AJEX.


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