In inkjet printing, an OEM (original equipment manufacturer) cartridge refers to the ink cartridge that comes with an inkjet printer, or replacement cartridges that are manufactured by the original manufacturer of your printer.
Definition Prefix: O
- OEM unbundling
Often called OEM piracy or just unbundling, OEM unbundling is a type of software piracy that occurs when OEM-packaged software is separated from the hardware it originally came bundled with, at the OEM or retail level of sale. The software is clearly marked, usually with the phrase “For Distribution with New PC Hardware Only”, and […]
(pronounced as separate letters) Short for Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing, an FDM modulation technique for transmitting large amounts of digital data over a radio wave. OFDM works by splitting the radio signal into multiple smaller sub-signals that are then transmitted simultaneously at different frequencies to the receiver. OFDM reduces the amount of crosstalk in signal […]
Short for Open Financial Exchange, a unified specification for the exchange of electronic financial data over the Internet. Using a request-response system of communication, OFX allows a client to connect directly to a financial institution’s server. An OFX application sends a request to another OFX application, which sends a response. OFX was created by CheckFree, […]
Short for Ontology Inference Layer, OIL a Web-based representation and inference layer for ontologies, combining frame-based languages with the formal semantics and reasoning services. Its goal is to provide a general purpose markup language for the Semantic Web. OIL is compatible with RDF Schema. The OIL initiative is funded by the European Union IST program […]