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A device that decodes a scrambled electronic signal e.g. of a satellite television signal
A person who decodes secret messages
Piece of equipment which, normally in conjunction with a smart card, decodes the scrambled signal and allows the user access to the service In the case of digital reception, the decoder is integrated in the receiver - IRD
An unattended device used to decode, or make usable, a digital or analog signal transmitted from a scanning device
{i} one who decodes, person or device that interprets coded messages
Another word for converter, box, or SmartLINK
The decoder section of a radio essentially removes the carrier wave from the modulated signal, leaving only the audio wave which is then amplified In TVs there are two separate decoders - one for the picture and one for the sound
The Radar Decoder correlates the received signal with the code used at transmission, generating the equivalent pulse-radar signal (digital) This process greatly reduces the output data rate over directly sampling with the Radar Interface, but requires that the ephemeris be very well known, so that the bins don't smear into one another Decoding is an irreversible process, because phase information is lost, and, in order to actually reduce the data rate, you need to only keep part of the range information
A combinational circuit that uses the binary input to select or activate one of many output lines by placing a logical 1 on the line, thus funcitoning in the opposite manner of an encoder
The part of a CODEC that receives the compressed data, uncompresses it and then converts it back into audio
The electronic package which receives the signals from the scanning function, performs the algorithm to interpret the signals into meaningful data and provides the interface to other devices
(n ) A facility that decompresses data that has been encoded or compressed by an encoder A decoder can be implemented in hardware, software, or a combination of both See also cell encoding, data compression, entropy coding, H 261 encoding, hierarchical encoding, predictive encoding, run-length encoding
(see also CODEC) - A hardware or software system that translates data streams into video or audio information
Electronic package that receives signals from a scanner, performs the algorithm to interpret the signals into meaningful data and interfaces to other devices
the kind of intellectual who converts messages from a code to plain text
Device (either hardware or software) for converting coded information back into its original form
The electronic package which receives the signals from the scanner, translates the signals into meaningful data and transmits the data to other devices
The term given to the device in a signal receiver that receives the scrambled signal and converts it into a quality audio or visual signal for listening or viewing
a machine that converts a coded text into ordinary language
As part of a bar code reading system, the electronic package which receives the signals from the scanner, performs the algorithm to interpret the signals into meaningful data and provides the interface to other devices
A decoder is a device used to decode messages or signals sent in code, for example the television signals from a satellite. a piece of electronic equipment that receives a signal and changes it for another machine to use, for example to put pictures and sound onto your television
A software or hardware means of translating bar codes into alphanumeric data A bar code reader is required to scan the information into the decoder
Program to uncompress audio data which comes in a compressed format An example to use a decoder would be if you wanted to change MP3 to WAV
A device that restores a signal to its original form after it has been encoded
1 A device for translating electrical signals into predetermined functions
a multiple-input, multiple-output logic device that converts coded inputs into coded outputs, where the input and output codes are different A 3-to-8 decoder, for example, uses a three bit binary input to select one of eight output lines Also called a ``demultiplexer''
A device for translating electrical signals into predetermined functions
Electronics that changes the signal output of a scanner into meaningful data (e g keystrokes) May be internal or external to the scanning unit
-interface device that allows you to connect one or more undecoded scanners or other devices (such as scales and credit card readers) to a computer or terminal Decoders are often called wedges because they frequently use a keyboard wedge interface to connect and communicate with a computer or terminal The decoder will convert the scanner output into ASCII characters and then pass this data to your computer
A circuit or device that restores a coded signal to its original form based on knowledge of the process used to code the signal
-The electronic package that receives signals from a scanner, translates the signals into meaningful data, and interfaces to other devices
a machine that converts a coded text into ordinary language the kind of intellectual who converts messages from a code to plain text
decoders
plural of decoder
decoder

    Silbentrennung

    de·cod·er

    Türkische aussprache

    dîkōdır

    Aussprache

    /dəˈkōdər/ /dɪˈkoʊdɜr/

    Etymologie

    [ -'kO-d&r ] (noun.) 1920. to decode + -er

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