(1) Short for Digital Theater Sound, it is a multichannel surround sound format used in both commercial and consumer applications. DTS was created by the company for which the technology was named, Digital Theater Systems (which is now called DTS Inc.). DTS is a competing technology with Dolby Digital.
(2) Short for Data Transformation Services, a set of tools available in Microsoft SQL Server that lets you extract, transform, and consolidate data from disparate sources into single or multiple destinations supported by DTS connectivity. By using DTS tools to graphically build DTS packages or by programming a package with the DTS object model, you can create custom data movement solutions tailored to the specialized business needs of your organization.
Short for Digital Theater Sound – Extended Surround. It is a 6.1 matrixed system enabling cinemas to deliver extreme spatial effects that literally surround the audience. A rack-mounting DTS-ES decoder creates a back surround channel from encoded surround tracks, in typical theatre applications feeding a back surround (BS) speaker array (configured as left-back-wall and right-back-wall […]
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DTS, Inc. is a digital technology company dedicated to delivering the ultimate entertainment experience. DTS decoders are in virtually every major brand of 5.1-channel surround processors, and there are more than 300 million DTS-licensed consumer electronics products available worldwide. A pioneer in multi-channel audio, DTS technology is in home theatre, car audio, PC and game […]
Short for Digital Television, it is a digital television standard that is fast replacing analog (or NTSC analog) television. DTV enables broadcasters to offer television with movie-quality picture and sound. It also offers greater multicasting and interactive capabilities. While many use the terms Digital Television (DTV) and High-definition Television (HDTV) interchangeably, they are, in fact, […]
(1) Short for Digital Video Broadcasting Project (DVB), DVB is an industry-led consortium of more than 260 broadcasters, manufacturers, network operators, and regulatory bodies and others in over 35 countries committed to designing global standards for the global delivery of digital television and data services. (2) Short for Digital Video Broadcasting, is the name used […]
Short for Digital Video Broadcasting – Handhelds, the DVB-H specification for bringing broadcast services to battery-powered handheld receivers that allows the receiving device to move freely while receiving the transmission. DVB-H was formally adopted as an ETSI standard in November 2004.