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decode

[dikōd′]
to interpret coded information into a form usable by a receiver.
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The Microsoft WMA Decoder Library is supported by Microchip's free MPLAB Harmony Integrated Software Framework and PIC32 Bluetooth Audio Development Kit (Part # DV320032, $199.
student at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), created a class of codes that, like Hamming's codes, add redundant bits that permit decoders to do even-odd checks to guess which bits of the original message have been corrupted by noise.
STMicroelectronics, which introduced the world first MPEG-2 decoder chip in 1995, is the strongest enterprise in MPEG decoder field, its global shipment has gained the first place successively for 11 years from 1995 to 2006 , in 2005, its shipment was 62 million, and its accumulative shipment reached as many as 400 million.
We're delighted that the DAVID operating system supports the industry's first single-chip MPEG-2 audio/video decoder," said Peng Ang, vice president of LSI Logic's digital video products group.
Key products include client-side xDSL and cable modem solutions, home network processors, broadcast video encoders and decoders, digital set-top box components and systems solutions, and dial-up modems.
Zenith's demodulation system works with an MPEG decoder, both of which reside inside the digital decoder box.
The Ogg Vorbis decoder is available now for all licensees of Tensilica's Diamond Standard 330HiFi or the Xtensa HiFi 2 Audio Engine.
The multi-format decoders support MPEG-4, MPEG-2, Dolby Digital, Dolby Digital Plus, advanced audio coding (AAC) and aacPlus.
E[acute accent]--STMicroelectronics is again the largest supplier of MPEG decoder ICs in the Online Networks segment.
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.
Products include silicon tuners, satellite demodulators, MPEG audio and video decoders, and dial-up modems for back-channel applications.
To expedite quick design in, Tensilica offers a comprehensive set of software encoders and decoders for all popular audio standards, including AAC LC, aacPlus(TM) v1 and v2, AMR (Adaptive Multi-Rate speech), Dolby Digital AC-3, Dolby Digital Plus, G723-1 and G729AB VoIP (Voice over IP), MP3, QSound Labs microQ, Sonic Networks' Embedded Audio Synthesis (EAS(TM)), SRS Labs WOW XT and Xspace 3D, and WMA (Windows Media Audio).