DVCR


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DVCR

(Digital VCR) An earlier VCR that recorded video in a digital format rather than the original and common analog format. See D-VHS.
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That is to say, connecting an isolated PC interface card to an isolated DVCR results in no bus ground noise current flow and a voltage level on the bus ground that is about 1/2 of the total voltage difference between the PC frame ground and the antenna ground.
With the introduction of the first host-based DVCR applications and time-shifting (see question 14) functionality, video capture will take on new meaning with end-users.
Digital Devices Such as DTVs, DVCRs, DVDs, DBSs and PCs; Simple
With the close of business on 15 March 2013, NASDAQ will transfer Advocat Inc's ticker symbol from AVCA to DVCR.