Crossover Network

Technology / Home Audio / Crossover Network: A unit which divides the audio spectrum into two or more frequency bands (Also see Crossover Frequencies).

Crossover Frequencies

Technology / Home Audio / Crossover Frequencies: The frequencies at which a passive or electronic crossover network divides the audio signals, which are then routed to the appropriate amplifiers or speakers. MORE

Network Covalent Solid

Science / Chemistry / Network Covalent Solid: A substance which consists of an array of atoms held together by an array of covalent bonds. A crystal of a network covalent solid is actually a single, gigantic molecule. Diamond and quartz are examp MORE

Network Card

Technology / Computers / Network Card: Also, Network Interface Card or NIC. This is a component of a computer that enables the computer to communicate with other computers via a direct network connection. MORE

Network Effect

Business / Internet Marketing / Network Effect: The phenomenon whereby a service becomes more valuable as more people use it, thereby encouraging ever-increasing numbers of adopters. MORE

Network Basic Input - Output System (NetBIOS)

Technology / Computers / Network Basic Input - Output System (NetBIOS): A commonly used networking protocol originally developed for LANs. Operates on the Session and Transport layers of the OSI model, so doesn't make use of physical network characteristics. MORE

Network Interface Card (NIC)

Technology / Computers / Network Interface Card (NIC): An adapter installed in an expansion slot or integrated onto the motherboard and allows the computer to connect to a network. MORE

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