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eavesdrop

verb hearken, intercept, listen, listen stealthily, overhear, tap the lines, wiretap
Associated concepts: eavesdropping device, search warrant, suppression hearing, wiretapping
See also: monitor, overhear, spy
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If the channel conditions between the legitimate transceiver and the destination are worse than those between the source and the eavesdropper, then using multiple antenna systems and node cooperation is preferable [5]-[8].
A proposed quantum encryption technique would ensure secure communication while removing the painstaking step of checking for potential eavesdroppers.
Part of the exhibition is of large panoramic photos dubbed Cairoscapes, and the other part is that of a video installation called Shooting Stars Remind me of Eavesdroppers.
However, wirelessly transferring data from those sensors continues to be a security risk, and considerable energy must be used to encrypt and secure the data against eavesdroppers, draining valuable battery power.
Mahmood Al Zarooni, trainer of Eavesdropper, Debussy and Etched "Eavesdropper was having only his fourth career start last time and we were delighted with the run behind two top-class horses.
The eavesdropper will install a microphone and hook it to the AC power line via an amplifier.
Yet nothing can beat the fascination or pump of adrenalin that accompanies a room filled with ideas: the seance-like quality of a show as we play eavesdropper.
Knowing that, an eavesdropper needs to figure out the random digits.
Since a wireless system cannot block anyone from picking up its broadcast signal, the obvious protection is encryption--that is, encode the information so it cannot be understood by an eavesdropper.
Suddenly, Malone took a big step backward, and Yao tumbled over like an eavesdropper when the door opens, lamely flipping the ball over his head in the general direction of the hoop before landing stretched out across the paint.
Neither the intended receiver nor any eavesdropper would be able to locate the home planet of the sender.
It's far too simple for an eavesdropper disguised as a maintenance or repair subcontractor to gain access to a residence or office and in seconds plant a $100 transmitter.