descrambler


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de·scram·bler

 (dē-skrăm′blər)
n.
An electronic device that decodes a scrambled transmission into a signal that is intelligible to the recipient.
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descrambler

[ˈdiːˈskræmbləʳ] N (TV) → descodificador m
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Both the scrambler and descrambler XOR each input bit with a pseudo-random binary sequence to randomize the input bit stream.
After the byte alignment and the preamble detection, the descrambler performs the modulo-2 addition between 4 successive received data bytes and the 4 bytes scrambler.
Critics say the penalties give the companies a sledgehammer to attack a gnat, especially in the cases of individuals who have done nothing but acquire a cable descrambler or similar device.
Associate editor STUART GOLDMAN doesn't want a cable TV descrambler or any hot stock tips.
The satellite TV service finances the use of its descrambler "in a type of rent:," says Rodolfo Torres, the company's chief of systems.
This nonexclusion possibility can be treated as a technical problem, namely, the problem of finding barriers for nonpaid consumption (toll-booths, TV signals that are usable only with a descrambler, taxation schemes).
Lawyers, they feel, should come equipped with subtitles, or the equivalent of a cable TV descrambler strapped to their heads.
ADS FOR A reportedly illegal cable "descrambler" slipped into a few Utah newspapers before an alert publisher the whistle on them.