Proyecto didáctico de Redes. Glosario de siglas.

Glosario de siglas

Por Letra:

A

ACTS – Advanced Communications Technologies and Services

ADSL – Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line

AEIA – Asociación Española de Informática y Automática

ANSI – American National Standard Institute

ARP – Address Resolution Protocol

ARPA – Advanced Research Projects Agency

ARPAnet – Advanced Research Projects Agency Network

ASCII – American Standard Code for Information Interchange

ASP – Active Server Page

ATDM – Asynchronous Time Division Multiplexing

ATI – Asociación de Técnicos en Informática

ATM – Asynchronous Transfer Mode.

AUI – Asociaciòn de Usuarios de Internet

AUC – Autentication Center

AVI – Audio Video Interleaved

B

BIOS – Basical Input Output System

BGP – Border Gateway Protocol

BMP – bitmap

BPS – Bits Per Second

C

CA – Certification Authority

CAIBI – Conferencia de Autoridades Iberoamericanas de Informática

CALS – Computer-aided Adquisition and Logistic Support

CASE – Computer Assisted Software Engineering

CCITT – Consultative Committee for International Telephony and Telegraphy

CCM – Central de Conmutación Móvil

CDMA – Code Division Multiple Access

CD-ROM – Compact Disk-Read Only Memory

CDTI – Centro para el Desarrollo Tecnológico Industrial

CDVT – Cell Delay Variation Tolerance

CECUA – Confederation of European Computer User Associations

CEPIS – Council of European Professional Informatics Societies

CEPT – Conference of European Post and Telecommunications

CGI – Common Gateway Interface

CIBI – Congreso Iberoamericano de Informáticos

CICYT – Comisión Interministerial de Ciencia y Tecnología

CODEC – COmpressor/DECompressor

COR – Centro de Operación de Red de móviles

CP – Conmutación de Paquetes

CREI – Centro Regional para la Enseñanza de la Informática

CRL – Certificate Revocation List

CSI – Consejo Superior de Informática

CSMA – Carrer Sense Multiple Access

CSMA/CD – Carrer Sense Multiple Access Collision Detection

 

D

DES – Data Encryption Standard

DGTel – Dirección General de Telecomunicaciones

DNS – Sistema de Nombres de Dominio

DOS – Disk Operating System

DSL – Digital Subscriber Line

DTS – Diseño Técnico del Sistema

DVD – Digital Versatile Disc

 

E

EBCDIC – Extended Binary Code Decimal Interchange Code

EIT – Electrónicas, Informáticas y Telemáticas

EMI – ElectroMagnetic Interference

EPHOS – European Procurement Handbook for Open Systems

ESI – European Software Institute

ESPRIT – European Strategic Programme for Research and development in Information Technologies

EUROVIEW – X.500 Pilot Directory Service for European Telematics Applications (4º Programa Marco I+D)

EWOS – European Workshop on Open Systems

EWTIS – European Water Traffic Info System

F

FAQ – Frequently Asked Question

FDDI – Fiber Distributed Data Interface

FDM – Frecuency Division Multiplexing

FDMA – Frequency Division Multiple Access

FM – Frecuencia Modulada

FTAM – File Transfer, Access and Management

FTP – File Transfer Protocol

G

GB – Gigabyte

GGSN – Gateway GPRS System Node

GIF – Graphics Interchange Format

GPRS – Siglas de General Packet Radio Service

GPS – Global Positioning System

GPSR – Gestión y Provisión de Servicios de Red

GTA – Grupo de Usuarios de Telecomunicaciones en la Administración

Gbps – Gigabits por segundo

H

HDLC – High Level Data Link Control

HPPI – High-Performance Parallel Interface

HSCSD – High Speed Circuit Switched Data

HTML – HiperText Markup Language

HTTP – HiperText Transport Protocol

HTTPS – HiperText Transport Protocol Segura

I

IANA – Internet Assigned Number Authority

IBM – International Business Machine

ICMP – Internet Control Message Protocol

IEEE – Institute of Electric and Electronic Engineers

IGRP – Interior Gateway Routing Protocol

IP – Internet Protocol

IPX/SPX – Internetwork Packet Exchange/Sequenced Packet Exchange

IRIS – Interconexión de los Recursos InformáticoS

ISDN – Integrated Services Digital Network

ISO – International Standard Organization

ISP –  Internet Service Provider

J

JPEG – Joint Photographic Experts Group

K

KB – Kilobyte

KBPS – Kilobyte Per Second

L

LAN – Local Area Network

LCD – Liquid Crystal Display

LDAP – Lightweight Directory Access Protocol

LLC – Logic Link Control

LMDS – Local Multipoint Distribution Service

M

MAC – Media Access Control

MIDI – Musical Instrument Digital Interface

MIME – Multipurpouse Internet Mail Extensions

MP3 – MPEG-1 layer 3

MPEG – Moving Picture Experts Group

N

NFS – Network File System

NIC – Network Information Center

NIST – National Institute for Standards and Technology

NSFNET – National Science Foundation Net

O

OCR – Optical Character Recognition

OLE – Object Linking and Embedding

OSI – Open System Interconection

OSPF – Open Shortest Path First

P

PAR – Positive Acknowledgment and Retransmission

PC – Personal Computer

PCMCIA – Personal Computer Memory Card Interface Adapter

PING – Packet Internet Groper

PKI – Public Key Infrastructure

POP – Post Office Protocol

PPP – Point to Point Protocol

 

R

RDSI – Red Digital de Servicios Integrados

RIP – Routing Information Protocol

S

SCP – Sesion Control Protocol

SCSI – Small Computer System Interface

S/MIME – Secure MIME

SMDS – Switched Multimegabit Data Service

SMTP – Simple Mail Transfer Protocol

SNA – System Network Architecture

SPX – Sequenced Packet Exchange

SSL – Secure Socket Layer

SQL – Structured Query Language

T

TCP – Transport Control Protocol

TDM – Time Division Multiplexing

TIFF – Tagget Image File Format

U

UDP – User Datagram Protocol

URL – Uniform Resourse Locator

V

VPN – Virtual Private Network

VRML – Virtual Reality Model Languaje

VSAT – Very Small Aperture Terminal

VoIP – Voice over Internet Protocol

W

WAN – Wide Area Network

WWW – World Wide Web

WWWW – World Wide Web Worm

X

XML – Extensive Markup Language

 

Z

ZIP – Zone Information Protocol

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