EE 105 Lecture 9-10-13 SG3(1)

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Unformatted text preview: hange the code to private information without the eavesdropper being able to decode the information • Eavesdropper exists between Encryption and Decryption, can they can change th e original code to a false one. (7) Examples of Encryption and Decryption • L A S S O V Y E A M G L W H E S I E I( b A e N R A D C Beginning position, (3, 4). Ending position, (3, 3). We read this in rows as: “I am glad when class is over yea”, but send it in columns, from left to right. Sent message ...
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