Access - The process used for communication between your computer and the Internet.
Access Lines - A telephone line running from the telephone company’s central office to a point on your property.
Access Line Equivalents - A representation of the number of access lines that a system could hold.
Adobe Acrobat Reader - A software program developed by Adobe Systems, Inc., used to view files in PDF format. The software displays documents with the same layout and design as the original.
ADSL (Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line) - A new modem technology that allows existing twisted pair telephone lines to access the Internet at T-1 speeds.
ASCII (pronounced: ask-ee) - ASCII is an acronym for American Standard Code for Information Interchange, a code that represents the most basic letters of the Roman alphabet, numbers, and other characters used in computing. ASCII characters allow us to communicate with computers, which use their own language called binary made up of 0s and 1s. ASCII files are also called text files.
AT Command - This is the character "@" and usually means "at". AT&T - American Telegraph and Telephone, the inventors of the first modem. Attended Mode - This is the mode in which two or...（查看全文）
Analog - Transmitting information that is characterized by continuously variable quantities (such as with AM or FM). This is different from digital transmission, which is characterized by discrete...（查看全文）
Abort - To stop doing something. Particularly, to exit a software program or stop receiving or sending a message. Access - (1) (verb) to get use of something, or (2) (noun) refers to a particu...（查看全文）
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