A mapping, generally 1:1, from a set of integers, known as character codes or code positions, to a set of characters that may include letters, digits, punctuation, control codes, mathematical and typographic symbols.
There are several standard coded character sets, the most widely used is ASCII, generally in its Latin-1 dialect, with Unicode becoming slowly more common; while EBCDIC and Baudot are extinct except in legacy systems.
- Code division multiple access
communications (CDMA) (Or “spread spectrum”) A form of multiplexing where the transmitter encodes the signal using a pseudorandom sequence which the receiver also knows and can use to decode the received signal. Each different random sequence corresponds to a different communication channel. Motorola uses CDMA for digital cellular phones. Qualcomm pioneered the introduction of CDMA […]
- Code division multiplexing
Code Division Multiple Access
[koh-di-fen-duh nt] /ˌkoʊ dɪˈfɛn dənt/ noun 1. a joint . n. also co-defendant, 1640s, from co- + defendant.
noun, Nautical. 1. a flag forming part of a signal code. 2. a flag indicating that a certain signal code is being used. 3. .