decoded message

decoded message

(in communication theory) a message as translated by a receiver. If it is correctly interpreted within the context of the message as sent by the sender, the decoded message is the same as the encoded message. If it is not understood and interpreted as sent, it is not the same as the encoded message and is potentially misinterpreted.
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With the symbolic decoder, the resulting decoded message will read AirSpeed = 45 knots.
The decoded message read: "Jackie Fisher who are you Dreadnought" -referring to Admiral Fisher who introduced the first modern battleship, HMS Dreadnought.
Assimilation (recognition of decoded message that accepted verified information).
en by N's ng ety itnHQ ng Q h ge ai e nt Within three weeks the number of decoded messages rose from 12 to 458, said German magazine Der Spiegel, quoting documents obtained from Snowden.
The decoded messages also reveal a surprising way to unite science and religion.
Nish said it is not known whether London directly collaborated with Tokyo to exchange information, but that decoded messages might have been passed to Japan because of the friendships which developed between British and Japanese officers.
The sheer number of intercepted and decoded messages was one of the clues that an invasion of the Soviet Union was imminent.
On February 28, 1942, two Navajo recruits successfully encoded, transmitted, and decoded messages in Navajo Code in about 20 seconds: more than 29 minutes faster than the encryption machines that were in use at that time.