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Glossary of coding terms

This is a glossary of coding-related terms, derived from the Glossary of Telecommunication Terms published as Federal Standard 1037C. Please see the Federal Standard article for copyright-related issues, as not all parts of the source document are in the public domain.

adaptive predictive coding (APC) -- alphabetic code[?] -- alphanumeric code -- analog decoding -- analog encoding[?] -- analog-to-digital converter[?] (ADC) -- balanced code[?] -- bar code -- Baudot code -- BCH code -- B8ZS -- binary code -- binary-coded decimal (BCD) -- binary-coded decimal notation[?] (BCD) -- binary element[?] -- binary notation -- bipolar signal -- bit configuration[?] -- bit pairing -- B6ZS -- B3ZS -- code -- codec -- code character[?] -- coded character set[?] -- code-division multiple access (CDMA) -- comma-free code -- data network identification code[?] (DNIC) -- delay encoding -- dense binary code[?] -- differential encoding -- differential Manchester encoding -- digital alphabet[?] -- dipulse coding[?] -- direct-sequence spread spectrum -- duobinary signal -- EBCDIC -- error-correcting code -- error-detecting code[?] -- error-detecting system -- escape character (ESC) -- filtered symmetric differential phase-shift keying (FSDPSK) -- gold code -- Gray code -- Hagelbarger code -- Hamming code -- Huffman coding -- hypertext -- linear predictive coding (LPC) -- line code -- Manchester code -- mark[?] -- microcode -- modified AMI code -- motion compensation -- multiple frequency-shift keying[?] (MFSK) -- multiprogramming[?] -- n-ary code -- non-return-to-zero change-on-ones[?] (NRZ1) -- non-return-to-zero (NRZ) -- non-return-to-zero mark[?] (NRZ-M) -- non-return-to-zero space[?] (NRZ-S) -- n-unit code[?] -- paired disparity code -- parity -- reconstructed sample[?] -- redundant code[?] -- return-to-zero[?] (RZ) -- run-length encoding -- scrambler -- secure transmission[?] -- segmented encoding law[?] -- self-synchronizing code -- shannon -- synchronization code[?] -- time code -- time-gated direct-sequence spread spectrum[?] -- transcoding -- two-out-of-five code -- uniform encoding[?] -- unit-distance code[?] -- variant[?] -- zero-level decoder[?]



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