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Electronic Definitions (E)

[E] Presenting a list of electronic terms starting with letter e that are available for more detailed lookup for their definitions or abbreviation explanation. All terms are listed in alphabetical order for easy browsing.

 

Electronic Acronyms and Terms for [E] Descrtiption Other Electronic Terms Somewhat Related;

E

- Erlang, often used to represent electro-(something) or electronic. Sometimes electron. In general e is very often used for many other terms like e-mail, e-commerce and so on...  

E-OK

- The E-prefix to the word OK  

EAN

"European Article Numbering Association"  

EARN

"European Academic Research Network"  

EAX

"Electronic Automatic eXchange"  

EBCDC

"Extended Binary Coded Decimal Code"  

EBCDIC

"Extended Binary Coded Decimal Interchange Code"  

EBU

"European Broadcasting Union"  

ECL

"Emitter Coupled Logic"

eclipse, eclipse protected

 

Eclipse

- Period when the satellite passes into the Earth`s (or the Moon`s) shadow when power must be drawn from storage batteries

eclipse protected

Eclipse Protected

- Refers to a transponder that can remain powered during the period of an eclipse  

ECS

"European Communications Satellite"  

ED

"Energy Dispersal"

eda, edc, edge, edge mount contacts, EDI, editor, edl, edo, edod ram, eds, edtv

EDA

"Electronic Design Automation"  

EDC

"Error Detection and Correction"  

EDGE

"Enhanced Data rates for Gsm Evolution"

edge mount contacts

 

Edge Mount Contacts

- Contact pins or leads attached to the edge of a substrate or module assembly  

EDI

"Electronic Data Interchange"
- The transfer of data between different companies using mostly private networks, or over the Internet

editor

Editor

- Is a program that enables the user to inspect and alter his program or data  

EDL

"Evenly Distributed Load"  

EDO

"Extended Data Out" RAM

- The latest type of memory. Offers improved performance.

edod ram

EDOD RAM

"Extended Data Out Dynamic" RAM  

EDS

"Electronic Data Service"
"Electronic Design Studio"
 

EDTV

"Extended Definition TeleVision"  

EEF

"Engineering Employers Federation"  

EEPROM

"Electrically Erasable Programmable Read Only Memory"  

Efficiency

- The ac load power divided by the dc power supplied to the circuit multiplied by 100 percent

cassegrain antenna, scalar feed shaped reflector

EFP

"Electronic Film Production"  

EFR

"Enhanced Full Rate"

- A speech codec for better speech quality also said to be more tolerant to interference

 

EIA

"Electronics Industry Association"

eiaj

EIAJ

"Electronics Industry Association of Japan"  

EIDE

"Enhanced Integrated Drive Electronics "

ide

EISA

"Extended Industry Standard Architecture"

bus, isa

 

Electricity

- Is the flow of electrons

batteries history, battery, component/equipment storage

 

Electronic Mail

- Email or e-mail

network

Electronic Workbench

- An electronics tutor that teaches the principles of analogue and digital circuitry  

Elevation

- Angle between antenna bearn and horizontal plane (measured in vertical plane)

look angles

ELR

"Earth Loop Recall"  

ELV

"Earth Launch Vehicle"  

EMC

"Electro Magnetic Compatibility"  

EMI

"Electromagnetic Interference"

emitter, emitter bias, emitter diode, emitter follower

 

Emitter

- The part of a transistor that is the source of carriers

common emitter circuit, emitter bias, emitter diode, emitter follower

Emitter Bias

- The best way to bias a transistor for operation in the active region  

Emitter Diode

- The diode formed by the emitter and base of a transistor

active region, ideal transistor

 

Emitter Follower

- Identical to a CC amplifier  

EMP

"ElectroMagnetic Pulse"  

EMS

"Extended Memory System"  

Emulator

- Is a program that allows a computer to behave as if it were a different type of computer

Volatile Memory

Encryption

- Is the technique of encoding data to make it meaningless to those who do not know how to decode it

computer security, des, ioca, surveillance

End Cap Termination

- Electrical and mechanical contact area of a passive device  

Energy Dispersal

- A low frequency waveform added to the baseband signal before modulation to reduce the FM signal`s peak power per unit bandwidth and thus its interference potential  

ENG

"Electronic News Gathering"  

Enhanced LNB

- An LNB whose local oscillator is set at 9.75 GHz and receiver bandpass enhanced to cover at least 1 GHz  

Enhancement Mode MOSFET

- a FET with an insulated gate that relies on an inversion layer to control its conductivity

 

ENQ

"Enquiry"  

Envelope

- Is a term used in describing how a musical note varies while it is sounding

ADSR

EOF

"End Of File"  

EOL

"End of Life" (of a transponder or satellite)  

EOT

"Equivalent Oxide Thicknesses"  

EPA

"Electrostatic Protected Area"  

EPIRB

"Emergency Position Indicator Radio Beacon"  

EPLD

"Erasable Programmable Logic Device"  

EPOC

"Electronic Piece Of Cheese"

symbian

Epoxy

- Adhesive material used to attach devices to the substrate surface or other mechanical attachment of two or more parts

epoxy cure, epoxy glass, epoxy kevlar, epoxy quartz

Epoxy Cure

- The hardening of the epoxy material through the exposure to ultraviolet light and/or elevated temperature  

Epoxy Glass

- A composite of epoxy resin and glass fiber fillers  

Epoxy Kevlar

- A composite of epoxy resin and keviar fiber fillers  

Epoxy Quartz

- A composite of epoxy resin and quartz fiber fiuers  

EPROM

"Erasable Programmable Read Only Memory"  

ERA

"Electrically Reconfigurable Array"  

ERP

"Effective Radiated Power"

- Is the product of the RF power level multiplied by antenna gain relative to a halfwave dipole in a given direction

 

Error

- Is a fault or mistake causing the failure of a coinputer program or system to produce expected results

diagnostic error message, error message, error voltage

Error Message

- Is an indication that an error has been detected  

Error Voltage

- The voltage between the two input terminals of an op amp. It is identical to the differential input voltage of the op amp  

ESA

"European Space Agency"  

ESD Packaging

- Is to utilize electrostatic discharge (ESD) materials in your packaging  

ESP

"Embedded Standard Product"

esprit

Esprit

- European strategic programme for research in information technology

mi6

ESRO

"European Space Research Organisation"  

ESS

"Electronic Switching System"  

ETACS

"Extended Total Access Communications System" (mobile phone standard)  

ETSI

"European Telecommunications Standards Institute"  

EUMETSAT

"EUropean METeorological SATellite" organisation  

EUTELSAT

"EUropean TELecommunications SATellite" organisation  

Even Parity

- Is present in any binary representation in which the number of Is in the representation is even  

EWP

"Electronic White Pages"  

Exchangeable Disk Pack

- Is one that can be removed from the disk unit for storage for later use on the same or a compatible machine  

Execute Phase

- Is the part of the cycle in which the instruction is obeyed  

Execution Error

- Is an error detected during program execution. Also called runtime error.  

Executive Program

- Is a control program that schedules the use of the hardware required by the program being run. Also called monitor supervisor program.  

Exit

- Is to transfer control from a subprogram back to the calling program (return statement) or from the program entirely (stop statement)

infinite loop, return

expansion card

- Circuit boards that fit inside PCs to provide extra functionality

dpi, graphics card

Experimental Formula

- A formula or an equation discovered through experiment or observation. It represents an existing law in nature.  

Expert Mechanical Contractors

- Providing Refrigeration, Commercial Kitchen Equipment, HVAC and Plumbing services in New York, Philadelphia, Washington DC, Florida and the Carolinas  

Extended EF Receiver

- A receiver whose 1st IF tuning range is extended from 950 MHz to 2050 MHz  

Extrinsic

- Refers to a doped semiconductor  

 

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