decoder

[ UK /dɪkˈə‍ʊdɐ/ ]
[ US /dɪˈkoʊdɝ/ ]
NOUN
  1. the kind of intellectual who converts messages from a code to plain text
  2. a machine that converts a coded text into ordinary language
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How To Use decoder In A Sentence

  • ATEOTD a digital interface on an onboard Audio CODEC will send the exact same unencoded data stream from an A / V file as Creative's best alternative, and all other data down that interface will be exactly what the OS told it to send, so there's absolutely no difference at the decoder end except possibly some latency difference. Original Signal - Transmitting Gadgets
  • Set your box-fresh decoder for next weekend's televised football. Times, Sunday Times
  • The decoder has to create a cognitive space in which the deictic elements and terms can be realised indexically.
  • The decoder is currently available for additional fees only.
  • You do not have a decoder installed to handle this file.
  • This paper introduced three modes to compare the display, Decoder, driver and data transmit. And particularize some IC in common use. And compare those. IC by a form.
  • Also known as a star wheel, a planisphere is the secret decoder of the sky.
  • The decoder is expected to retail for under $300.
  • He didn't scramble the transmission, because he didn't think the government had the right decoder at their command. PEARL COVE
  • The optical output can be used to connect to DVD decoders, amplifiers, or other devices.
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