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DVC

(1) (Digital Video Camera) A camcorder that records in digital format. See DV.

(2) (Digital Video Cassette) An earlier term for the DV format. See DV.

(3) See desktop videoconferencing.
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Figure 1 shows the effect of increase in DVC composition in PP-DVC compound undergoes various irradiation doses.
This result indicated that the addition of DVC into PP matrix with EB irradiation could enhance the degree of crosslinking in the PP matrix by extending the formation of the crosslinking network in the PP-DVC matrix.
The Central Electricity Regulatory Commission ( CERC) has asked the DVC to explain the failure and state why a penalty shouldn't be slapped on it.
The DVC has a network of thermal and hydel power generation plants across east India and was to supply 400MW power to Delhi by December 2007.
Typical applications for the DVC 70 include a wide range of off-highway equipment especially in the construction, agricultural and forestry markets.
The DVC 70 is the latest module electrohydraulic system control introduced by High Country Tek.
He notes that DVC cameras are now priced at about $1,200, and blank cassettes, which can record as much as an hour of programming, are priced at about $20 each.
For its part, Fuji is offering a blank DVC that retails for about $20, as well as a two-pack of the cassettes priced at about $35.
These standard video loads will mean users will be less likely to require special equipment to support DVC. The result will be a decrease in the cost of DVC.
With these advances, it is easy to compare the evolution of DVC with the history of CD drives.