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TBA - Is To Be Announced.
TBD - Is To Be Determined.
TBR - Is To Be Resolved.
TBS - Is To Be Specified.
TCP - Refers to Transmission Control Protocol.
TCP/IP - Refers to Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol.
TDD - Refers to Telecommunication Device for the Deaf.
TDL, TDLs, or TDLS - Refer to Top Level Domains. Examples of Top Level Domains are:
TDMA - Refers Time Division Multiple Access.
TDRSS - Is a Tracking and Data Relay Satellite System.
Tera - Refers to a trillion.
Terabytes - Refers to a trillion bytes.
Terminal - Is a computer connected to a server or mainframe. The server or mainframe controls what is displayed at the terminal. The terminal provides an interface to the server.
Terminal Node - Refers to the last position on a binary branch, linked list or network.
Terminal symbol or Terminal symbols - Refer to symbols within production rules which can never be rewritten. These symbols do not refer or call on other production rules.
Terminator - Refers to a device used to signal the end of a SCSI chain.
Theory of Everything - Is a theory that according to Dr. Steven Hawkings unites General Relativity with Quantum Theory.
The Venician - See James Stirling.
Thin Client - Refers to a computer without a hardrive. A thin client loads it's OS and software from a server. See Terminal.
TOS - Refers to Terms of Service.
TPOCC - Is a transportable payload operation control center.
Transdimensional or Trans-Dimensional - Refers to an object, device or data that crosses dimensions.
Transform-Domain Weighted Interleave Vector Quantization - Is a music format developed by Yamaha who claims it surpasses the quality and compression of MPEG-LAYER-III.
TTL - Is Time to Live. TTL is a counter within an ICMP packet.
TwinVQ - Refers to VQ.
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