- 1Convert into a coded form: using this technique makes it possible to encode and transmit recorded video informationMore example sentences
- Private banks also open accounts under code names and will, when asked, refer to clients by code names or encode account transactions.
- Did Leonardo Da Vinci encode this secret in his paintings?
- The information was so militarily sensitive that the weather reports were encoded before being transmitted.
- 1.1 Computing Convert (information or an instruction) into a particular form: the amount of time required to encode a wav file to mp3 formatMore example sentences
- The keyboard encoder takes that information, encodes it in a digital form the main computer can understand, and passes it to the computer via the keyboard port.
- The output, together with the card's pin code, was sent to him electronically via steganography - a technology for encoding information into pictures.
- Holography not only maps the intensities of the light, as do normal diffraction patterns, it also encodes information about the phases of the light that is otherwise intrinsically lost.
- 1.2 Biochemistry (Of a gene) be responsible for producing (a substance or behaviour): this is the gene that encodes the yeast mating type protein [no object]: such distortions can damage the genes encoding for the proteins that suppress tumor growthMore example sentences
- Each pathway contains its own enzymes encoded by different genes.
- PSK precursor proteins are encoded by small gene families.
- Proteins encoded by sperm genes in both males and hermaphrodites evolve more rapidly than most other types of genes.
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- Some encoders are free while others are shareware or pay-ware.
- He said it was a ‘simple system with a simple lens’ which uses an optical encoder so that no information in images is lost.
- Each cell has an encoder and receiver to transmit, receive and respond to messages.
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