Fractionated Morse Cipher

The Fractionated Morse cipher first converts the plaintext to morse code, then enciphers fixed size blocks of morse code back to letters. This procedure means plaintext letters are mixed into the ciphertext letters i.e. one plaintext letter does not map to one ciphertext letter. One of the benefits of the Fractioned Morse cipher is that it can encipher spaces and punctuation just as easily as letters. Click here for an example.



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