Video Graphics Array (VGA)

Technology / Computers / Video Graphics Array (VGA): A type of PC video display technology and adapter that supports text and graphics. VGA output is analog with a refresh rate of 31.5 KHz. VGA can also refer to any adapter of display capable of 640x480 resolution.

Psychographics

Technology / Television (TV) / Psychographics: Audience analysis on the basis of psychological factors such as lifestyles, values, and interests and how they affect purchase behavior. MORE

Pin Grid Array (PGA)

Technology / Computers / Pin Grid Array (PGA): A type of chip package in which the connecting pins are located on the bottom in concentric squares. PGA chips are particularly good for chips that have many pins, such as modern microprocessors. Comp MORE

Raster Graphics

Technology / Computers / Raster Graphics: A technique for presenting a picture as a matrix of dots. It is the digital counterpart to the analog method that was used in TV for decades. There are several standards pertaining to raster graphics. MORE

Redundant Array of Independent Disks (RAID)

Technology / Computers / Redundant Array of Independent Disks (RAID): A category of disk drives that employ two or more drives in combination for fault tolerance and performance. RAID disk drives are used frequently on servers but aren't generally necessary for personal MORE

S-Video

Technology / Television (TV) / S-Video: A video signal that employs two channels: luminance (Y: namely brightness) and chrominance (C: namely color). It is referred to as Y/C. It falls between component and composite video in terms of quali MORE

Phased Array Radar

Technology / Radar / Phased Array Radar: A phased array radar uses an antenna that consists of an array of antenna elements along with signal processing that allows the antenna to be steered electronically. MORE

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