DCT

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AcronymDefinition
DCTDual-Clutch Transmission (automobile)
DCTDiscrete Cosine Transform
DCTDRAM (Dynamic Random Access Memory) Controller
DCTDictionary (File Name Extension)
DCTDreams Come True (UK charity)
DCTDiploma in Computer Engineering (various schools)
DCTDivine Command Theory (ethics)
DCTDestination Control Table
DCTDynamic Configuration Tool
DCTDatabase Dictionary
DCTDiscrete Cosine Transformation
DCTDynamic Call Tree
DCTDictionary File
DCTData Collection Tool
DCTDual Clutch Transmission
DCTDisplay Compatibility Test
DCTDigital Cordless Telecommunications
DCTData Compression Technique
DCTDirect Coombs Test (blood test)
DCTDistal Convoluted Tubule(s)
DCTDiskrete Cosinus Transformation (German: Discrete Cosine Transformation)
DCTDivision du Contrôle Technique (French: Technical Control Division)
DCTDream Come True
DCTDry Cow Therapy (dairy farms)
DCTDepartment of Chemical Technology (various schools)
DCTDenton Community Theatre (Denton, TX)
DCTDuck Creek Technologies (now Accenture Software)
DCTDC Talk (Christian band)
DCTDémarche Collective Territorialisée (French: Territorialized Collective Approach)
DCTDigital Cordless Telephone
DCTData Capture Tool (software)
DCTDividend Capital Trust, Inc. (now DCT Industrial Trust, Inc.)
DCTDigital Cable Terminal
DCTDaily Conditioning Treatment
DCTDigital Consumer Terminal
DCTDraft Constitutional Treaty (EU)
DCTDepartamento de Cooperação Científica, Técnica e Tecnológica (Portugese: Department of Scientific and Technological Subjects)
DCTDigital Communications Terminal
DCTDestination Control Table (CICS)
DCTDirect Cosine Transform
DCTDigital Carrier Trunk
DCTDatabase Configuration Tool
DCTDisabled Children's Team (UK)
DCTDominated Convergence Theorem
DCTDonations Coordination Team (FEMA)
DCTDigital Cellular Technology
DCTDesign Cycle Time
DCTDirector Control Tower
DCTDepth Charge Thrower
DCTDesign, Code, Test
DCTData Calling Tone
DCTDifferential Current Transformer
DCTDynamic Call-Tree
DCTDunwoody College of Technology (Minneapolis, Minnesota)
DCTDirect-Conversion Transceiver
DCTDeputy Clerk Treasurer
DCTDigital Control Technology
DCTDesktop Computer Terminal
DCTDepth Control Tank
DCTDisturbance Control Teams
DCTDamage Control Text
DCTDennistoun Community Together (UK)
DCTDeep Cone Thickener
DCTDell Certified Trainer (information technology certification)
DCTDirect Current Transducer
DCTDPAS Control Terminal
DCTDisaster Control Team
DCTDetection, Classification & Targeting
DCTDistribuidora Comercial Terminal (Guatemala)
DCTDevelopmental Certification Testing
DCTDynamic Combat Training
DCTData Capture Technologies Inc
DCTDistraction-Conflict Theory (psychology)
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The company develops intellectual property used in the design and manufacture of wireless communication terminals and during 2003 over 23 million devices using TTPCom's digital cellular technology were sold.
We are very excited that the more than eight million Americans who currently wear hearing aids will now be able to enjoy the benefits of digital cellular technology," said David Woodbury, DAMAX VP of Industry Relations and a former top official of the Hearing Industries Association.
In August 1999 Telecom Mobile announced its decision to move to CDMA as its advanced digital cellular technology.
CDMA, or Code-Division Multiple Access, is a digital cellular technology in which every channel uses the full available spectrum and encodes individual conversations.
The software enables the transmission of wireless data during the course of voice conversations in any current digital cellular technology in use around the world including CDMA, TDMA, GSM and iDEN, and on any analog voice network.
The new GSM1800 network, to be ready before the end of next year, will have all the features that subscribers can expect from Nokia's leading digital cellular technology.
Based in Cambridge, UK, TTPCom is a world leading independent supplier of digital cellular technology for mobile phones whose shares are traded on the London Stock Exchange.
With the addition of digital cellular technology to the platform, the system is capable of wireless Internet access.
in 1997 and initially focused its attention on Europe, where the GSM network was more widely installed and the use of digital cellular technology was most widespread.
GSM also has been selected as one of the foundation technologies for third-generation (3G) digital cellular technology, which will provide much higher data transmission speeds and enable wireless multimedia applications such as videoconferencing.
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