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  • January 30, 2009 30 Jan'09

    digital television (DTV)

    Digital television (DTV) is the transmission of television signals using digital rather than conventional analog methods. Advantages of DTV include better resolution and compatibility with computers and the Internet. Analog television broadcasts are...  Continue Reading

  • January 30, 2009 30 Jan'09

    Fast Guide to DTV

    This compact page describes digital television and provides a guide to the various U.S. and European standards for transmitting digital television and for formatting the output. Includes DVB, ATSC, HDTV, SDTV, COFDM, 8-VSB, MPEG-2, Dolby Digital.  Continue Reading

  • January 29, 2009 29 Jan'09

    Ogg Vorbis

    Vorbis is an open source patent-free audio compression format, developed as a replacement for proprietary digital audio encoding formats, such as MP3, VQF, and AAC.  Continue Reading

  • January 26, 2009 26 Jan'09

    Macintosh

    The Macintosh (often called "the Mac") was the first widely-sold personal computer with a graphical user interface (GUI) and a mouse. Apple Computer introduced the Macintosh in an ad during Super Bowl XVIII, on January 22, 1984, and offered it for ...  Continue Reading

  • January 13, 2009 13 Jan'09

    hardware definitions

    This is a WhatIs.com glossary for some basic vocabulary about computer hardware.  Continue Reading

  • January 04, 2009 04 Jan'09

    Internet definitions

    This is a WhatIs.com glossary for some basic vocabulary about Internet technologies.  Continue Reading

  • January 04, 2009 04 Jan'09

    Security definitions

    This is a WhatIs.com glossary for some basic vocabulary about security in the enterprise.  Continue Reading

  • January 04, 2009 04 Jan'09

    cybersquatting

    Cybersquatting is registering, trafficking in, or using a domain name with bad-faith intent to profit from the goodwill of a trademark belonging to someone else.  Continue Reading

  • January 03, 2009 03 Jan'09

    Network Management Definitions

    This is a WhatIs.com glossary for some basic vocabulary about network management.  Continue Reading

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