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de·scram·ble

 (dē-skrăm′bəl)
tr.v. de·scram·bled, de·scram·bling, de·scram·bles
To unscramble (a coded message or signal, for example).

descramble

(diːˈskræmbəl)
vb
(Telecommunications) to restore (a scrambled signal) to an intelligible form, esp automatically by the use of electronic devices
ˌdeˈscrambler n

descramble


Past participle: descrambled
Gerund: descrambling

Imperative
descramble
descramble
Present
I descramble
you descramble
he/she/it descrambles
we descramble
you descramble
they descramble
Preterite
I descrambled
you descrambled
he/she/it descrambled
we descrambled
you descrambled
they descrambled
Present Continuous
I am descrambling
you are descrambling
he/she/it is descrambling
we are descrambling
you are descrambling
they are descrambling
Present Perfect
I have descrambled
you have descrambled
he/she/it has descrambled
we have descrambled
you have descrambled
they have descrambled
Past Continuous
I was descrambling
you were descrambling
he/she/it was descrambling
we were descrambling
you were descrambling
they were descrambling
Past Perfect
I had descrambled
you had descrambled
he/she/it had descrambled
we had descrambled
you had descrambled
they had descrambled
Future
I will descramble
you will descramble
he/she/it will descramble
we will descramble
you will descramble
they will descramble
Future Perfect
I will have descrambled
you will have descrambled
he/she/it will have descrambled
we will have descrambled
you will have descrambled
they will have descrambled
Future Continuous
I will be descrambling
you will be descrambling
he/she/it will be descrambling
we will be descrambling
you will be descrambling
they will be descrambling
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been descrambling
you have been descrambling
he/she/it has been descrambling
we have been descrambling
you have been descrambling
they have been descrambling
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been descrambling
you will have been descrambling
he/she/it will have been descrambling
we will have been descrambling
you will have been descrambling
they will have been descrambling
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been descrambling
you had been descrambling
he/she/it had been descrambling
we had been descrambling
you had been descrambling
they had been descrambling
Conditional
I would descramble
you would descramble
he/she/it would descramble
we would descramble
you would descramble
they would descramble
Past Conditional
I would have descrambled
you would have descrambled
he/she/it would have descrambled
we would have descrambled
you would have descrambled
they would have descrambled
Translations

descramble

[ˈdiːˈskræmbl] VT (TV) → descodificar

descramble

vt (Telec) → entschlüsseln
References in periodicals archive ?
* [DB.sub.i] The i-th 8-byte block of descrambled data;
That means the scrambled watermarks are descrambled to get the watermarks by the same scrambling steps in the initial scrambling operation.
This same system ensures that 'playable,' i.e., decrypted and descrambled, copies ...
The RS decoder processes the descrambled bytes and attempts to correct the errors.
(23) The Copyright Act does recognize the defense where the protective technology for a copyrighted work is descrambled for the purpose of understanding the manner in which it works.
After the baseband I and Q signals are recovered and filtered, the signal is descrambled and the active channels are identified, despread and BPSK-decoded to bits.
The two videos we have descrambled so far show the American Wall Street Journal journalist, Daniel Pearl making statements moments before the film shows him having his throat cut.
(Note that if the transmission fails, the Link state machine will automatically retransmit the FIS.) The PHY block converts the encoded 10-bit parallel data to serial data, both for sending and for reconverting the received serial stream to a parallel 10-bit value that is handed to the Link layer for decoding back to the 8-bit code and descrambled. This functionality is referred to as SerDes (for Serializer/Deserializer).
As with a coded TV signal coming through a descrambler, the blurred image of a star can be descrambled if you know exactly how the scrambling was done.
GPS operates by broadcasting two signals from a series of orbiting satellites: one signal for the general public to use in conjunction with commercially available semi-accurate GPS receivers; and a military signal that can be descrambled only with a special key algorithm, introduced to protect the military signal from being used by unauthorized groups outside the US and allied military forces.
Unfortunately, there is little, if any, protection for decrypted or descrambled content, which can be redistributed or misappropriated.
AT&T now offers a voice privacy service that scrambles the cellular telephone's signal, which is descrambled by the recipient.