decoder

  • 1décoder — [ dekɔde ] v. tr. <conjug. : 1> • 1959; de dé et code, d apr. l angl. to decode ♦ Didact. Traduire dans un autre code, en langage clair (un message formulé en code). ⇒ déchiffrer, décrypter. ♢ Analyser le contenu de (un message) selon le… …

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  • 2decoder — decodér s. n., pl. decodére Trimis de siveco, 10.08.2004. Sursa: Dicţionar ortografic  DECODÉR s.n. Dispozitiv al unui calculator electronic, care permite decodarea (decoda) informaţiilor. [< fr. décodeur]. Trimis de LauraGellner, 17.02.2005 …

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  • 3decoder — de‧cod‧er [diːˈkəʊdə ǁ ˈkoʊdər] noun [countable] a piece of equipment that you need in order to receive certain types of television service * * * decoder UK US /diːˈkəʊdər/ noun [C] ► a piece of equipment that changes electronic signals into a… …

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  • 4decoder — /deˈkoder, ingl. dɪˈkəudə(r)/ [vc. ingl., comp. di de «de » e coder «codificatore»] s. m. inv. decodificatore …

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  • 5decoder — [dē kōd′ər, dē′ kōd′ər] n. 1. a person who decodes messages 2. a device that decodes scrambled messages sent by telephone 3. in an electronic digital computer, a circuit device that determines the content of a given instruction or performs… …

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  • 6Decoder — For the drum and bass musician, see Decoder (artist). For the band, see Decoder (band) A Digitrax DH163AT DCC decoder in an Athearn locomotive before the shell goes on. A decoder is a device which does the reverse operation of an encoder, undoing …

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  • 7Decoder — Даррен Бил Darren Beale 2006 год …

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  • 8Decoder — Unter einem Dekodierer oder Decoder (engl.) versteht man in der Regel einen Umsetzer, Konverter oder Wandler für digitale oder analoge Signale. Er kann mit einem Umsetzer bzw. einer Kodiereinheit, auch Kodierer oder Encoder genannt, eine logische …

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  • 9Decoder — Decodierer; Entschlüsseler * * * De|co|der 〈m. 3〉 Gerät zum Dekodieren * * * De|co|der [auch: dɪ koʊdɐ ], der; s, [engl. decoder, zu: to decode, ↑ dekodieren] (Elektronik): Vorrichtung zur Decodierung codierter Signale, ↑ Befehle …

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  • 10decoder — UK [diːˈkəʊdə(r)] / US [dɪˈkoʊdər] noun [countable] Word forms decoder : singular decoder plural decoders a piece of equipment that changes digital electronic signals into a picture and sound on your television …

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  • 11Decoder — De|co|der [di koudə] der; s, <aus gleichbed. engl. decoder zu to decode »entschlüsseln«; vgl. ↑Code> Datenentschlüsseler in einem ↑Computer, Stereorundfunkgerät, Nachrichtenübertragungssystem; Ggs. ↑Encoder …

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  • 12decoder — [[t]di͟ːko͟ʊdə(r)[/t]] decoders N COUNT A decoder is a device used to decode messages or signals sent in code, for example the television signals from a satellite …

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  • 13decoder — A device for translating electrical signals into predetermined functions. By combining gates and inverters, it is possible to convert a binary number to a decimal, and vice versa. Decoders can be made for any type of output required with any type …

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  • 14decoder — dekoderis statusas T sritis automatika atitikmenys: angl. decoder vok. Dekoder, m; Dekodierer, m; Entkoder, m; Entschlüsseler, m rus. декодер, m; декодирующее устройство, n pranc. décodeur, m …

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  • 15decoder — iškoduotuvas statusas T sritis radioelektronika atitikmenys: angl. decoder vok. Dekodierer, m; Entkoder, m; Entschlüsseler, m rus. декодер, m; декодирующее устройство, n pranc. décodeur, m …

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  • 16decoder — dekoderis statusas T sritis informatika apibrėžtis Duomenų ↑dekodavimo įtaisas. Terminas nenusako, kas iš ko dekoduojama, ir dėl to jo vartosena įvairi. Dažniausiai ↑ skaitmeninius duomenis paverčia ↑tolydžiaisiais duomenimis. pavyzdys( iai)… …

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  • 17decoder — decode ► VERB 1) convert (a coded message) into intelligible language. 2) convert (audio or video signals), in particular from analogue to digital. DERIVATIVES decodable adjective decoder noun …

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  • 18decoder — noun Date: 1920 one that decodes; especially an electronic device that converts signals from one form to another (as for unscrambling a television transmission) …

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  • 19decoder — /dee koh deuhr/, n. 1. a person who decodes messages or the like. 2. a device for decoding cryptograms, codes, or the like, as an electric or electronic apparatus that transforms arbitrary input signals into letters, words, etc. 3. Navig. an… …

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  • 20decoder — noun a) A person who decodes secret messages b) A device that decodes a scrambled electronic signal e.g. of a satellite television signal …

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