(SSID) A 32-character unique identifier that distinguishes one wireless network from another. All devices attempting to connect to a specific network use the same SSID, which appears in the header of packets. Because an SSID can be intercepted, it does not supply any security to the network.
noun 1. Also called gas station. a place equipped for servicing automobiles, as by selling gasoline and oil, making repairs, etc. 2. a place that provides some service, as the repair of equipment, or where parts and supplies are sold, provided, dispensed, etc. service station noun 1. a place that supplies fuel, oil, etc, for […]
noun, Military. 1. a stripe worn on the left sleeve by an enlisted person to indicate a specific period of time served on active duty.
noun 1. either of two European trees, Sorbus domestica, bearing a small, acid fruit that is edible when overripe, or S. torminalis (wild service tree) bearing a similar fruit. 2. serviceberry (defs 2, 3). service tree noun 1. Also called sorb. a Eurasian rosaceous tree, Sorbus domestica, cultivated for its white flowers and brown edible […]
noun, Military. 1. a uniform for routine duties and service, as distinguished from work, dress, or full-dress uniforms.