descrambler

[dee-skram-bler]
noun
unscrambler ( def 2 ).

Origin:
descramble + -er1

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descramble (diːˈskræmbəl)
 
vb
to restore (a scrambled signal) to an intelligible form, esp automatically by the use of electronic devices
 
de'scrambler
 
n

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descrambler   (dē-skrām'blər)  Pronunciation Key 
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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The outpourings of an old friend from high school might be interrupted with the offer of an illegal cable television descrambler.
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