Abbreviated as ESS, Extended Service Set is a component of the IEEE 802.11 WLAN architecture that extends the range of mobility to a single Basic Service Set (BSS). An Extended Service Set (ESS) is a set of two or more BSSs that form a single sub network.
Contrast with Basic Service Set (BSS).
- Extreme Programming
A discipline of software development that follows a specific structure that is designed to simplify and expedite the process of developing new software. Kent Beck developed Extreme Programming to be used with small teams of developers who need to develop software quickly in an environment of rapidly-changing requirements. XP teams design software for specific functionalities […]
)[Image Courtesy of Eye-Fi] A wireless memory card that can be used in a digital camera, allowing you to automatically upload your digital pictures to their wireless network. An Eye-Fi card works just like a regular SD Card (Secure Digital Card) in that it stores your pictures on the card, but the Eye-Fi card can […]
Short for External Border Gateway Protocol (BGP), eBGP is the protocol used to transport information to other BGP enabled systems in different autonomous systems (AS). EBGP works opposite to iBGP.
eBay is an online marketplace built to enable trade on a local, national and international basis. eBay offers an online platform where millions of items are traded each day through Online Auction Formats, also called auction-style listings, or through immediate “Buy It Now” Fixed Price and eBay Store listings. See Online Auction Abbreviations in the […]
- eBay Ad Format
On the eBay auction Web site the Ad Format is type of classified ad listing a seller can use to list items, services or properties for sale in order to generate multiple leads, which is not an online auction selling format. Buyers interested in the ad can fill out a contact form to send their […]