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decode

[dē′kōd]
(communications)
To translate coded characters into a more understandable form.

decode

(cryptography)
To apply decryption.

decode

(1) To convert coded data back into its original form. Contrast with encode.

(2) See decrypt.
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Next, the two decoders compare notes and each updates its guesses and confidence levels.
PlayBox to deliver Stradis professional MPEG-2 decoder products to extensive network
There are very few individual MPEG-2 manufacturers, the integration of MPEG-2 decoders into the TV control IC tend to be the trends.
The CX2427X and CX24500 are the industry's highest performance dual- and single-video decoders, and are based on a powerful ARM([R]) 1176 processor.
today announced that it has added an Ogg Vorbis decoder for its popular Xtensa[R] HiFi 2 Audio Engine and Diamond 330HiFi processor core.
1-channel surround sound, Dolby Digital Plus allows broadcast operators using Conexant's HDTV set-top box decoders to deliver more top-rated programming with the same great Dolby sound that viewers expect and trust," said Page Haun, broadcast director, Consumer Division, Dolby Laboratories.
264 decoder ICs are being used in both mobile applications and line-powered devices.
This implementation comprises a high definition encoder and decoder for disseminating raw program data from the central broadcast center in Seoul to 19 of its regional broadcast centers.
The two STB devices enable the capture and processing of satellite broadcast programming, and the AV decoder converts and transports the video stream so it can be viewed on a PC.
Our new A/V decoder provides manufacturers with a single-chip solution that speeds and simplifies the transition to PCI Express, allowing them to bring products to market more quickly and economically.
The company's product offering includes silicon tuners, satellite demodulators, MPEG audio and video decoders, and dial-up modems for back-channel applications.