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有沒有可以找到專有名辭的網站

有沒有可以找到專有名辭的網站?

我要電機類的,英翻中,要類似像字典那樣~

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  • Anonymous
    2 decades ago
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      There are 45 matching results for terms beginning with S.  S-Video Also Y/C video. A video signal that separates the luminance and color (Y and C) components of the signal for improved quality over composite video. The type of video signal used in the Hi8 and S-VHS videotape formats. It transmits luminance and color portions separately, using multiple wires, thus avoiding the NTSC encoding process and its inevitable loss of picture quality.  S/MIME standard The standard of electronic signatures and encryption used in Netscape Mail Reader and Microsoft Outlook Express. It converts encrypted mails further into cipher texts in the MIME format to transmit them.To exchange the mails encrypted in this format, the receiver must also be ready for S/MIME.As implementation may differ depending on products, attention must be paid to interconnectivity.  SCMS Serial Copy Management SystemA system for making digital copy applicable to digital audio devices such as MD players. Digital audio devices handle digitally audio signals such as music CD, MD, DAT and CS audio broadcast. As those devices can copy music easily with less deterioration of sound quality, it has become necessary to restrict the copying of music software to protect its copyright. The principles of SCMS are as below:- Digitally recorded contents cannot be copied digitally again with the use of other digital audio equipment (prohibition of the second-generation digital copying).- Contents of analog recording can be recorded digitally only once with the use of other digital audio equipment.Note: These principles are not applicable to the analog-to-analog recording of contents by connecting analog I/O terminals of digital audio devices. SCSI Small Computer System Interface SCSI is an interface standard for connecting peripheral devices including an MO drive and a printer. With the SCSI interface, you can daisy chain up to seven devices including your computer.  SDDS Sony Dynamic Digital Sound  SDMI Secure Digital Music InitiativeA forum that consists of over 130 companies in the fields of recorded audio content, computers, and consumer electronics. It is dedicated to the development of integrated copyright protection technology that can be used worldwide.SDMI is working to create a framework for preventing improper usage of audio files and to promote legal music distribution services. The copyright protection technology OpenMG and MagicGate is based on the SDMI standard.  SDSL Symmetric Digital Subscriber LineOne of the DSL technologies that realize high-speed data transfer using the existing telephone line (copper cable).It is capable of transferring data at the same speed for downloading and uploading, and exchanges data without using the frequency range (less than 4KHz) used for telephones.  SECAM Sequential Couleur A MemoireColor encoding video standard used in France, the Soviet Union, and most countries of Eastern Europe.  SLIP Serial Line IPThe protocol to make IP connection between computers through the serial port (RS-232C). As SLIP supports only the link control, error processing and TCP/IP, the PPP system is mainly used currently.  SMS 1. Systems Management ServerProvides a centralized management service for distributed systems.2. Short messaging serviceA service for sending messages of up to 160 characters to mobile phones that use Global System for Mobile (GSM) communication. SMS is similar to paging but SMS messages do not require the mobile phone to be active or within range and will be held for a certain number of days (Network dependent) until the phone is active and within range.  SMTP Simple Mail Transfer Protocol SMTP is a protocol required for transmitting e-mail messages to an e-mail server.  SRS Sound Retrieval SystemSRS was the first generation of 3D sound that dramatically improved the quality of standard stereo. SRS is based on the human hearing system and was designed to retrieve the natural spatial cues and ambient information that is present in audio but masked by traditional recording and playback methods. SRS has no sweet-spot and fills the room with a sound experience much closer to that of a live performance. SRS is a trademark of SRS Labs,Inc. SRS technology is incorporated under license from SRS Labs,Inc.  SSL Secure Sockets LayerThe leading security protocol on the Internet.  SVGA Super VGAA video standard established by VESA to provide high-resolution color display on IBM-compatible computers. The most commonly implemented SVGA standard is 1024x768 pixels resolution.  SXGA Super Extended Graphics ArrayThe graphics system that can display images at a resolution of 1280 x 1024 dots by extending XGA.  Save To record documents and images created with software into a hard disk or floppy disk as files.  Scalability Refers to how much a system can be expanded.  Scanning Line Scanning lines is the process of painting a television picture across the CRT screen by an electron beam that scans on a horizontal line from left to right. There are 625 alternative horizontal lines (for PAL) that are painted to obtain a frame of still picture.  Scene On a VIDEO CD with PBC (playback control) functions, the menu screens, moving pictures and still pictures are divided into sections called scenes.  Screen saver Software to protect a computer screen. When the same picture is displayed on the computer screen for a long period, phosphor on the area emitting light may deteriorate, causing the area to become dark or spotted. After the specified period elapses without accessing the computer, the screen saver starts automatically, darkening the screen or drawing pictures. To return to normal state, use an input device (keyboard, mouse, etc.). You can select your favorite screen saver.  Scroll To move a document or other data in a window to view a particular portion of the document. When scrolling is necessary, the scroll bar appears at the right or bottom end of the window. Drag the scroll bar up/down or left/right, or click, Arrow Up, Arrow Down, Arrow Right, or Arrow Left to view a desired portion of the document.  Security To protect a computer and data inside from unauthorized user's access by limiting access to the computer and the data.  Seek Time Amount of time to find the correct position to start or read the data.  Select To choose an icon or text with a mouse or touchpad.  Serial Opposite to parallel. In serial transmission, data is transferred one bit at a time via a single data line. Serial connection is used to connect a digital still camera or other similar devices.  Session-at-once A method of writing data to a CD by session.The features of writing data with session-at-once includes:- Not creating a paused gap (usually a 2 seconds silent interval between tracks) in session unlike track-at-once.Session-at-once is therefore suitable for creating a music CD that does not require paused gaps between songs.- Creating a CD that includes music and data such as CD Extra (Enhanced CD).- Ability to add data to the CD at a later stage.  Set up To connect peripheral devices and make initial settings in order to use a computer. Shortcut An alias for a program, document, folder or disk. By making a shortcut icon of your favorite program or frequently used file on the desktop, you can easily locate and access it.  Shortcut key A keyboard key that is assigned with a function and performs the function when pressed. In the Windows system, you can use a shortcut key (Ctrl key, etc.) in combination with an alphabet key (S key, etc.) to carry out an assigned function. Shortcut menu The menu that appears when you right-click. You can quickly select an item that suits the situation from the frequently used functions.  Shut down To close all software in the Windows system and turn off a computer.  Slider A control on a window to change the sound volume, etc.  Smart Lithium The Smart Lithium is a function that enables the CLIE handheld to calculate the discharge rate according to the battery condition and display the battery's remaining time scale in minutes.  Socket Services In Windows, a protected-mode VxD that manages PC Card hardware. Provides a protected-mode PCMCIA Socket Services 2.x interface for use by Card Services. A socket services driver must be implemented for each separate PC Card controller that is used.  Software A collection of commands of electronics signals to operate the computer. Software is mainly divided into "operating system" and "application software." Windows 2000, Windows XP, and MS-DOS are operating systems. "Application software" (also called "application," "software", or "program") offers functions for special purposes such as word processor or database software. In this online manual, "application software" is usually called "software."  SonicStage Copyright protection technology that securely manages music content from the EMD/AUdio CD on a personal computer. Application software that is installed on the computer encrypts the digital music content when recording on the hard drive. This allows you to enjoy music content on the computer, but prevents unauthorized transmission of this content across a network (or elsewhere). This PC copyright protection complies with MagicGate, and allows you to transfer digital music content from a computer's hard disk to a compliant device.  Sound Blaster Hardware produced by Creative Labs, Inc., that represents for MS-DOS-based games one of the major hardware interfaces for both audio and music (specifically MMI) data.  Sounds and audio devices A collection of functions to set sounds and images to the Windows startup sound, the shutdown sound, and the warning sound. Click the "Sounds, Speech, and Audio Devices" icon in the Control Panel, then click the "Sounds and Audio Devices" icon to display a window for setups.  Stand by State in which the entire system operations are suspended to reduce power consumption of a computer. It is economic to place your computer on Standby when you leave your desk and do not use your computer for a while.  Start To turn on a computer to make it ready for use. Executing software is also called starting. Subcarrier A subsidiary carrier waveform, itself, modulated by an information signal, which is, together with other signals, modulated on the main carrier waveform.  Sync An abbreviation for the words "synchronize, synchronization," "synchronizing," etc. Applies to the various timing pulses that drive and coordinate the TV scanning systems to keep all the related electronic equipment in phase with one another. The color sync signal (NTSC) is known as the color burd.  Synchronous Any operation that proceeds under control of a clock or timing mechanism.  System Board The primary circuit board in a PC that contains most of the basic components of the system.  System Devices Devices on the system board, such as interrupt controllers, keyboard controller, realtime clock, DMA page registers, DMA controllers, memory controllers, FDC, IDE ports, serial and parallel ports, PCI bridges, and so on. In today's PCs, these devices are typically integrated in the supporting chip set.   1 - 45 of 45   

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  • 白狼
    Lv 4
    2 decades ago

    請問這個站只有英文,有可以翻成中文的嗎?我的英文粉爛的

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