Data Communications Equipment. These are computer peripherals that communicate. A modem is a DCE.
Data Circuit-terminating Equipment. An equipment that establishes, maintains, and terminates a connection, and performs the conversion necessary for communications. For example, in the case of an EIA 232-D connection, the modem is usually considered as DCE.
data circuit-terminating equipment. Data circuit-terminating equipment is required to attach data terminal equipment (DTE) to a network or serial line. Data circuit-terminating equipment (DCE) includes devices such as modems and ISDN terminal adapters.
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Data Circuit-terminating Equipment. The designation given to equipment such as modems and multiplexers by the Electronic Industry of America (EIA). Differs from DTE (Data Terminal Equipment) in that it transmits data on pin 3 and receives data on pin 2.
Data Circuit-Terminating Equipment. A term that refers to the network side of a communication link.
(1) Short for istributed omputing nvironment, a suite of technology services developed by The Open Group for creating distributed applications that run on different platforms. DCE services include: Remote Procedure Calls (RPC) Security Service Directory Service Time Service Threads Service Distributed File Service DCE is a popular choice for very large systems that require robust security and fault tolerance. (2) Short for ata ommunications quipment, a device that communicates with a Data Terminal Equipment (DTE) device in RS-232C communications. See DTE for more information.
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A device that establishes, maintains, and terminates a session on a network. It may also convert signals for transmission.
Data Communication Equipment. E.g. a modem.
Data Communication Equipment. Devices and connections, such as printers or modems, of a communications network; connect the communication circuit between the data source and destination. See Data Terminal Equipment (DTE).
See Data Communication Equipment.
Acronym for Data Communication Equipment, aka. Data Circuit-Terminating Equipment.
Data communications equipment. For example, a modem.
(Data Communications Equipment) The devices and connections of a communications network which connect the communication circuit with the end device (data terminal equipment). A modem can be considered DCE.
A definition in the RS232C standard that describes the functions of the signals and the physical characteristics of an interface for a communication device such as a modem.
Data Communication Equipment. A configuration protocol which identifies Data Communication Equipment, the type of data connection at equipment which connects to a communications facility. Important when interconnecting RS-449, RS-232, V.35, X.21 and other digital signals. Compare DTE .
A device (e.g. modem) that establishes, maintains, and terminates a session on a network.
Data Communication Equipment. A device that functions to encode/decode signals and establish, maintain and terminate a connection. Example: modem. Also see DTE.
Data Circuit-terminating Equipment. In a communications link, equipment that is either part of the network, an access point to the network, a network node, or equipment at which a network circuit terminates. In the case of an RS-232-C connection, the modem is usually regarded as DCE while the user device is DTE, or data terminal equipment; in a ITU-T X.25 connection, the network access and packet-switching node is viewed as the DCE. Also known as data communications equipment.
DCE is acronym for Data Communication Equipment defined in RS-232 specification. The function DCE is to convert data from one interface, say digital signal, to another interface, say analog signal. Example of DCE is modem.
Communications equipment installed in a user's premises responsible for establishing, maintaining and terminating a connection. A modem is an example.
Data Communication Equipment-Data Communication Equipment DCE is the modem connected to your computer. The DCE speed is the speed of data transfer between the modem and the telephone line. The DCE speed is also called the line speed.
This is Data Circuit-terminating Equipment, which is any device which connects a computer or terminal (DTE) to a data communications network. In the case of fax, this could be a fax modem or other fax device.
Data Communications Equipment is typically a modem or other type of communication device. The DCE sits between the DTE (data terminal equipment) and a transmission circuit such as a phone line.
Data Communications Equipment - The equipment that sits between end devices (DTE) and the network, establishing, maintaining and terminating the connection in a data conversation. It also provides any encoding or conversion necessary via transceiver/MAU.
A configuration protocol identifying Data Communication Equipment, the type of data connection at equipment that connects to a communications facility. This consideration is important when interconnecting RS-449, RS-232, V.35, X.21 and other similar digital communications signals. Compare DTE.
Data Circuit-Terminating Equipment. Device and connections of a communications network that comprise the network end of the user-to-network interface. It provides physical connection to the network, forwards traffic and provides clocking signals used to synchronize data transmission between DTE devices and itself.
Data Communications Equipment. This is a device that translates a digital signal from data terminal equipment (DTE) into a form acceptable to the receiving device.
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Data Communications Equipment. A communication device that normally communicates with data terminal equipment (DTE). See also DTE.
Data Communications Equipment. Any equipment that relays data between Data Terminal Equipment (DTE). DCEs are not considered end devices or stations.
Data Communications Equipment or see Distributed Computing Environment
Data Communications Equipment. Hardware interface standard for modems, protocol converters, and other communications equipment. To interface DCE devices with DTE (Data Terminal Equipment) devices such as terminals or PCs, a straight through serial cable is required. See also DTE.
Data Communication (or Circuit-Terminating) Equipment
Data communications equipment. The interfacing equipment sometimes required to couple the data terminal equipment (DTE) into a transmission circuit or channel. Also couples a transmission circuit or channel to the DTE. Also known as Data Circuit-Terminating Equipment.
Data Communications Equipment. The local and/or remote modem. A DCE is usually connected to a DTE.
Data Circuit terminating Equipment. An example would be a modem. In a typical RS-232 link a DTE (Data Terminal Equipment) device, such as a PC, talks to a DCE device, such as a modem. DTE and DCE are complimentary interfaces. A DTE device always transmits on pin 2 and receives on pin 3 of a DB25 connector, a DCE device does the opposite.
In communications, any device that connects a computer or terminal to a communications channel or public network, usually a modem.
Data circuit-terminating equipment. The interfacing equipment required in order to interface to data terminal equipment (DTE) and its transmission circuit. Synonyms: data communications equipment, dataset.
Communications data equipment (communications equipment of data) Located device where the end user, tipicamente a modem or another device of communications, that act like a joining point to trasmisión means.
Data Circuit Terminating Equipment. Sets up and maintains a data connection link over a communications medium. For example, a modem.
Data Communications Equipment. Hardware that does communication
Data Communications Equipment. The devices and connections of a communications network which connect the data communications channel with the end device (DTE). This will be used to describe the CSU/DSU.
The equipment that provides the functions required to establish, maintain and terminate a connection, and provides the signal conversion required for communication between data terminal equipment and the telephone line or data circuit. See Modem
Data Circuit-Terminating Equipment. Required equipment to attach Data Terminal Equipment (DTE) to a network or serial line. A modem is a DCE device. Also called Data Communications Equipment and Data Circuit Equipment.
Data communication equipment (e.g. modem). See also: DTE
See data computing environment.
Distributed Computing Environment. DCE is the Open Software Foundation's solution to the problems of interconnectivity in a heterogeneous computing environment, standards and security. The DCE is composed of two sets of services : fundamental services from Digital Equipment Corp., Hewlett-Packard, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and Siemens, and data-sharing services from Microsoft, Sun Microsystems and Transarc. DCE integrates remote procedure calls, presentation services, a naming directory, security, threads (sequential flow of control similar to task) , time services (to synchronise clocks in a DCE) and a distributed file system.
Equipment at a node or access point of a network. In RS-232C, the modem is DCE while the user device is DTE.
data communications equipment. Devices and connections of a communications network that make up the network end of the user-to-network interface. The DCE provides a physical connection to the network, forwards traffic, and provides a clocking signal used to synchronize data transmission between DCE and DTE devices. Modems and interface cards are examples of DCE.
Data communications equipment such as a modem. See also DTE.
Data Communication Equipment (eg: modem).
Data Circuit-terminating Equipment (DCE): Equipment required to connect a DTE (data terminal equipment) to a line or to a network.
Data Communications Equipment (or Circuit-Terminating Equipment) is equipment such as dial-up modems that establish and control the data link via the telephone network.
Data circuit terminating equipment: a component part of an Inmarsat C MES. An MES contains a DCE receiver and a DCE transmitter which are used for communication between the MES and an Inmarsat C LES.
Data Communications Equipment. The CCITT uses the term DCE to describe communications equipment such as modems, multiplexers etc.
Data Communications Equipment. Generally used to describe network equipment.
The equipment providing functions which establish, maintain and terminate a data transmission connection (such as a modem).
Data Communications Equipment. A device, such as a DSU or modem, that provides an interface between a DTE device and a digital or dial network (also called data circuit-terminating equipment).
Devices that provide the functions required to establish, maintain and terminate a data transmission connection; e.g. a modem.
Data circuit-terminating equipment. An RS-232-C device, typically used for a modem or printer, or a network access and packet switching node.
data communications equipment. A network connection where a subscriber can be attached. A DCE is configured with the operational details for which a given subscriber (DTE) has contracted.
Abbreviation for data circuit-terminating equipment. 1) In a data station, the equipment that performs functions such as signal conversion and coding, at the network end of the line between the data terminal equipment (DTE) and the line, and may be a separate or an integral part of the DTE or of intermediate equipment. 2) The interfacing equipment that may be required to couple the data terminal equipment (DTE) into a transmission circuit or channel and from a transmission circuit of a channel into the DTE.
Data Circuit-terminating Equipment DDN
Data Circuit-terminating Equipment (Network end of link)
Data Communications Equipment DCH
Data communication equipment that provides the communication connection function in a computer environment (such as a modem).
DCE stands for Data Circuit-Terminating Equipment or Data Communications Equipment. It is part of the RS232 standard and represents, for example, an instrument or modem attached to your PC.
Data Communications Equipment. One of two types of hardware connected by an RS-232-C serial connection, the other being a Data Terminal Equipment (DTE) device. A DCE is an intermediary device that often transforms input from a DTE before sending it to a recipient. A modem, for example, is a DCE that modulates data from a microcomputer (DTE) and sends it along a telephone connection. See also: Data Terminal Equipment (DTE); RS-232-C standard
Equipment that provides an interface between the DTE and the transmission channel (that is, between the carrier's networks). It establishes, maintains, and terminates a connection between the DTE and the transmission channel and is responsible for ensuring that the signal that comes out of the DTE is compatible with the requirements of the transmission channel.