(adj.) A type of LCD screen in which the pixels are illuminated from behind the monitor��s screen (opposite of the user). Transmissive LCDs are commonly used in laptop computers because they offer high contrast and deep colors and are well-suited for indoor environments and low-light circumstances. Transmissive LCDs are at a disadvantage in very bright light, such as outdoors in full sunlight, as the screen can be hard to read.
Compare to reflective and transflective.
Invisible. In computer software, an action is transparent if it takes place without any visible effect. Transparency is usually considered to be a good characteristic of a system because it shields the user from the system’s complexity.
- transparent bridge
Transparent bridges are devices which connects more than one network segments with other bridges to make all routing decisions. A transparent bridge is essentially used to learn the MAC addresses of all nodes and their associated port, to filter incoming frames whose destination MAC addresses are located on the same incoming port, and to forward […]
A wireless communications device usually attached to a satellite. A transponder receives and transmits radio signals at a prescribed frequency range. After receiving the signal a transponder will at the same time broadcast the signal at a different frequency. The term is a combination of the words transmitter and responder. Transponders are used in satellite […]
- transport right
The right to move, copy, or loan content.
- transport stream
Abbreviated as TS or MPEG-TS, transport stream is an audio, video and data communications transmission protocol that is specified in MPEG-2 Part 1. The transport stream allows for multiplexing of the digital video and audio, which means the data is combined into a single synchronous transmission bit stream, for transmission over a variety of standard […]