Definitions for "Scrambling"
An analog procedure used to secure a signal sent in a data channel. Used for both voice and video.
The deliberate distortion of transmitted signals to make them unintelligible. Scrambled signals are descrambled by a device at the destination.
A process that renders a signal unintelligible and/or randomises its content. It is used either to protect the content of the signal from unauthorised access, or for Energy Dispersal purposes.
Keywords:  climbing, unroped, easy, roped
easy climbing without being roped
Easy, unroped climbing.
Confused and irregular; awkward; scambling.
evasive movements by a quarterback to avoid being sacked.
Encryption of data to be transmitted for a specific service.
See encryption.