equipment compatibility

equipment compatibility

[ə′kwip·mənt kəm‚pad·ə′bil·əd·ē]
(computer science)
The ability of a device to handle data prepared or handled by other equipment, without alteration of the code or of the form of the data.
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Network integrity and equipment compatibility are of great importance to service providers and Clearfield is positioned to provide products that uphold this compliance.
The supplier of the communication system shall be responsible for coordination required to insure equipment compatibility.
During Combined Resolve I and II at the Joint Multinational Readiness Center (JMRC) in Hohenfels, Germany, three fundamentals arose as the key points of success or failure for multinational task force logistics: communication, cooperation, and equipment compatibility.
The unique combination of a Multiviewer and built-in CATx extender in a single solution helps reduce overall equipment costs and eliminates any equipment compatibility issues that may arise.
Garmin[umlaut] Unveils New Features, Equipment Compatibility for G600, G500.
6) Technology and infrastructure: Environmental conditions can damage equipment and cause delays, and infrastructure capacity and equipment compatibility have presented difficulties in the SFI pilot program.
Three of the new models will feature KDDI's integrated 'KCP+' platform, enabling them to support the very latest au services, notably LISMO 'Audio Equipment Compatibility,' 'au x Sony MUSIC PROJECT,' and 'au one Gadget,' which can display each customer's preferred information and features on the standby screen.
The Airbus A380, the world's largest passenger jet, landed at London's Heathrow Airport for the first time on May 18 in readiness for a series of airport and equipment compatibility tests.
The council is pleased the FCC responded to the desire for equipment compatibility and interoperability expressed by GPS users.
The Cable Act, which was supported by NLC and was approved in a successful veto override by Congress on October 5, 1992, requires that the FCC establish regulations for the administration of cable television on issues such as rate regulations, customer service standards, franchise renewals and equipment compatibility.
Moreover, checking on equipment compatibility is critical, said Bunting.
But the promise of CD-ROM remains clouded from the view of many potential users, who continue to express concerns about issues surrounding equipment compatibility, common user interfaces, archiving, and networking.
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