Short for Adaptive Multi Rate — WideBand AMR-WB is a standard speech codec that uses a wider bandwidth of 50 to 7000 Hz to offer a higher speech quality. AMR-WB is the ITU-T G.722.2 specification and is standardized for used in networks such as UMTS.
- AND operator
A Boolean operator that returns a value of TRUE if both its operands are TRUE, and FALSE otherwise.
Acronym for annotated Ada. ANNA is a high-level programming language that extends Ada with various kinds of specification constructs. The language includes special annotating constructs, or semantic assertions, that lay down axioms about the procedures and other facilities of the Ada program. ANNA is based on first-order logic and includes generalized type constraints, virtual checking […]
- ANSI 378
Refers to an interoperability standard for fingerprint templates developed by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI). The United States government requires all Homeland Security Directive and Personal Identity Verification (PIV) be ANSI 378 compliant.
- ANSI Bomb
Character sequences that reprogram specific keys on the keyboard. If ANSI.SYS is loaded, some bombs will display colorful messages, or have interesting, but usually unwanted graphical effects. [Source: CA Anti-spam Solutions]
- ANSI Character Set
)A collection of special characters and associated codes adopted by the ANSI standards organization. The ANSI character set includes many foreign characters, special punctuation, and business symbols. In Windows environments, you can enter ANSI characters by holding down the Alt key and typing the ANSI code with the numeric keypad. On Macintoshes, you can enter […]