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Decoder

Decoder may refer to:

Contents

  • Data format converters 1
  • Music 2
  • Other uses 3
  • See also 4

Data format converters

  • Audio decoder, converts analog audio to digital form
  • Binary decoder, digital circuits such as 1-of-N and seven-segment decoders
  • Decompressor (compression decoder), converts compressed data (e.g., audio/video/images) to an uncompressed form
  • Instruction decoder, an electronic circuit that converts computer instructions into CPU control signals
  • Video decoder, converts base-band analog video to digital form

Music

Other uses

See also

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