uncoded

Related to uncoded: decoded

uncoded

(ʌnˈkəʊdɪd)
adj
1. not coded or encoded
2. not marked with a code such as a serial code
3. not subject to or governed by a code or set of rules

un•cod•ed

(ʌnˈkoʊ dɪd)

adj.
1. not coded or encoded.
2. (of mail) addressed without a zip code.
[1915–20]
References in classic literature ?
Perhaps you'd like to look t my orders." The Governor laid down an uncoded cable.
Lavelle, overdue this horse she and husband Barry Fenton deserve, described owner Gemmell as being "as brave, kind and nice a man as you could find", before adding the uncoded warning that "believe me he can drink anyone under the table".
Again to the routine: I enter an uncoded door to an airlock
It was an uncoded message to the West from the East.
Done correctly, it can be uncoded at any moment, without losing resolution.
The coded and uncoded (actual) levels of the independent variables are given in Table-1.
is taken to be a message which can be presented but not coded." It is through this uncoded, indexical relationship to reality--Stuart's and Pozzi's works are meaningless outside the physical context in and from which they were made--and the resultant avoidance of composition, Krauss implies, that these projects reject modernist notions of aesthetic autonomy and authorial control.
Before scanning, it is necessary prepare the parts for digitization (sticking the uncoded reference points to the parts 1.5 mm in diameter).
And the closed-form expressions of the outage probability and the bit error probability (BEP) of an uncoded threshold-based opportunistic relaying (OR) and a selection cooperation (SC) were provided for the optimized forwarding.
The software generated the following 81 uncoded runs.
Trump draws in this latter group in coded and uncoded public statements: about fine people among white supremacists, the patriotic Arizona sheriff Joe Arpaio, those unpatriotic (black) professional football players, the biased Mexican judge, the ingrates in Puerto Rico...