encoded message

encoded message

(in communication theory) a message as transmitted by a sender to a receiver.
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And, so 27 is the encoded message that Alice will now send to Bob.
We use wi-fi to transmit an encoded message from the satellite or cable box to your smartphone or mobile device," Brown explains.
A dialogue box will appear which allows the user to upload an image with an encoded message.
But an encoded message found on the carcass of a World War II- era pigeon is showing otherwise.
While this counter measure may have been successful in the early days of digital steganography, the "bad guys" quickly combined their efforts with cryptography to hide an encoded message that cannot be easily recovered without a secret passkey.
First, he writes his encoded message in groups of three numbers as shown below:
Person B, however, does not have a filter to sense that the encoded Message 4 was affected by the kotodama belief and decodes the message directly (Stage 5).
This book pays a belated tribute to men like Harold Kenworthy, who with the help of the Metropolitan Police wireless staff, built the `J' machine, which in 1935 made the first mechanically-aided breach in Japanese codes, a year before the American Red Machine, and Captain John Tiltman, the Highland-reel dancing eccentric and GC&CS code wizard, who on the eve of the Second World War first broke through tangles of the 30,000-word Japanese Operational Code and discovered how to strip away the cipher additives to reveal the encoded message within.
42] The success of Mall's conceit depends not only upon the lover's reciprocal desire for Mall, but also upon the lover's ability to decipher Mall's encoded message, and here lies the danger in her "game.
However, decoding with such acodebook is painfully slow, because if the numbers are random the receiver looks at a number in the encoded message and then has to search through every number in the codebook.
Under their system, a person could send an encoded message from one computer to another.
End result: an encoded message virtually impossible to detect or decode.