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Computer GK,Important Full form

Computer GK, Important Full form


2G : Second generation wireless networking
3G : Third generation wireless networking technology
ABC : Tans off – Berry computer
A/D : Analog to digital
GP : Graphics port
AI : Artificial intelligence
ALGOL : Algorithmic Language
ALU : Arithmetic Logic Unit
AM : Amplitude Modulation
AMD : Advanced Micro Devices
ANSI : American National standards Institute
ARPNET : Advanced Research Project Agency Network
ASIC : Application specific Integration circuit
ASCII : Americna Standard code for Information Interchange
ATM : Asynchronous Transfer Mode/Automatic Teller Machine
BARC : Bhabha Atomic Research centre
Basic : Beginners‟ All – Purpose symbolic In-suction code
BCD : Binary coded Decimal
BEMA : Business Equipment Manufactures association
BIOS : Basic Input Output system
BCR : Bar code Reader
BPI : Bytes per Inch
BPS : Bits Per Second
BSNL : Bhrat Snchar Nigm Limited
CAD : Computer Aided Design
CAL : Computer Aided Leering
CAM : Computer Aided Manufacturing
CD : Compact Disk
C-DAC : Centre for Development of Advanced computing
C-DOT : Centre for Development of Telemetric
CD-R : Compact Disk-Recordable
CD-ROM : Compact Disk-Read only Memory
CD-R/W : Compact Disk-Read/Write
Class : Computer Literacy and Studies in school
CMOS : Complementary Metal oxide semiconductor
COBOL : Common business oriented Language
CMY : Cyan – Magenta – Yellow
Comal : Common Algorithmic Language
CPI : Character Per Inch
CPS : Central Processing Unit
CRS : Compueriesed Reservation system
CRT : Cathode Ray tube
CTS : Clear to send
CU : Control Unit
D/a : Digital – to – Analog
DBMS : Data Base Management system
DDS : Digital Data Storage
DEC : Digital Equipment Corporation
DOS : Disk Operating system
DPI : Dots per Inch
DRDO : Defense Research and Development Organization
DSHD : Double sided high Density
DTP : Desk op publishing
DTR : Data Terminal Ready
DTS : Digital theater system
DVD : Digital Video/Versatile Disk
E-business : Electronicd business
E-Commerce : Electronic Commerce
E-Mail : Electronic Mail
EBCDIC : Exended binary coded Decimal In terchange Code
EDP : Electronic data processing
EEPROM : Electrically Erasable programmable Read only memory
EFT : Electronic fund Transfer
ENIAC : Electronic Numerical integrator and calculator
EPROM : Erasable programmable Read ony Memory
ERNET : Education and Research Network
EXE : Execution
FAT : file allocation table
FD : Floppy disk
FDM : Frequency division multiplexing
FET : Eifel Effect Transitory
FIFO : First – In, First – out
FILO : First In, Last Out
FM : Frequency Modulation
Fortran : Formula translation
FSK : Frequency shift Keying
FTP : file Transfer Protocol
GB : Giga Bytes
GIGO : Garbage in garbage out
GIS : Geographical information system
GPL : general public license
GPS : Global positioning system
GUI : Graphical user interface
HLL : High Level Language
HP : Hewlett Packard
HTML : Hyper Text Markup Language
HTTP : Hyper Text Tranfer Protocol
IBM : International business Machines
IC : Integrated Circuit
I/O : Input – Output
IP : Internet Protocol
IRC : Internet Relay chat
ISDN : Integrated services digital Network
ISH : Information super highway
ISO : International standards Organization
ISP : Internet service provider
IT : Information technology
JPEG : Joint Photographic expert group
JRE : Jav Runtime Engine
JSP : Java Server pages
KB : Kilo bytes
KIPS : Knowledge information processing system
LAN : Local Area Network
Laser : Light amplification for stimulated emission of radiation
LCD : Liquid crystal display
LD : Laser diode
LEd : Light – Emitting diode
LISP : Lit processing
LLL : Low Level language
LSD : Least significant digit
LSI : Least significant digit
LSI : Large scale integration
MAN : Metropolitan Area Network
MB : Mega Bytes
MHz : Mega Hertz
MICR : Magnetic Ink character recognition
MIDI : Musical instrument digital interface
MIPS : Million Instructions Per second
MODEM : Modulator – Demodulator
MOPS : Million operations per second
MOS : Metal oxide semiconductor
MPEG : Moving picture expert group
MP-3 : MPEG-I Audio Layer 3
MS : Microsoft
MSD : Most significant digit
MSD : Most significant digit
MSI : Medium scale Integration
MTBF : Mean time between Failure
MTNL : Mahanagar Telephone Nigam limited
NICNET : National Informatics centre Network
NIU : Network interface Unit
NTSC : National television standards committee
OCR : Optical character recognition
OMR : Optical Mark Reader
OOP : Object oriented programming
OS : Operating system
OSS : Open source software
PAL : Phase alternation Line
PC : Personal computer
PCB : Printed circuit board
PCI : Peripheral component interconnect
PDA : Personal digital Assistant
PDF : Portable document format
PL/1 : Programming language 1
PM : Phase modulation
POST : Power on self test
PPM : Pages per minute
Prolog : Programming in logic
PROM : Programmable Read only Memory
PSTN : Public switched telephone network
QAS : Quality assurance service
RAM : random access memory
RGB : Red, Green, blue
ROM : Read only Memory
RPG : Report program generator
RS-232 : Recommended standard 2-3-2
SCSI : Small computer system interface
SEQUEL : Structured English quer Language
SIMM : Single in line memory module
SSI : small scale integration
SVGA : Super Video graphics arrary
TB : Tera byte
TCP : Transmission control protocol
TDM : Time division multiplexing
ULSI : Ultra large scale Integration
UNIVAC : Universal Automatic computer
UPS : Uninterrupted power supply
URL : Uniform resource locater
USB : Universal serial bus
UVEprom : Ultra violet erasable programmable read only memory
VAN : Value aided network
VCR : Video cassette recorder
VDU : Video display unit
VGA : Video graphics array
Virus : Vital information resources under seize
VLSI : Very lage scle integration
VSNL : Videsh sanchar nigam limited.
WAN : Wide area network
WaP : Wireless application Protocol
WLL : Wireless local loop
WMP : Windows media player
WORM : Write once – read many
WWW : World wide web
XMS : Extended memory specification

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