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descrambler

[ dee-skram-bler ]
/ diˈskræm blər /
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noun
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Origin of descrambler

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Scientific definitions for descrambler

descrambler
[ dē-skrămblər ]

An electronic device that decodes a scrambled transmission, typically a radio signal, into a signal that is intelligible to the receiving apparatus.
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