Attachment Unit Interface. The name given to an interface used on thick Ethernet.
Attachment Unit Interface. A port that connects to a transceiver which in turn connects to the IEEE 802.3 standard 10Base5 backbone coaxial cable, also known as thick Ethernet.
A name for the 15-pin D-type connector used to connect 10Base5 coaxial cable.
Attachment Unit Interface. Thick coax Ethernet port on adapter or cable.
(attachment unit interface) - the 15-pin physical connector interface between a computer's network interface card (NIC) and an Ethernet cable. On 10BASE-5 ("Thicknet") Ethernet, a short cable is used to connect the AUI on the computer with a transceiver on the main cable. In 10BASE-2 or "Thinnet" Ethernet networks, the NIC connects directly to the Ethernet coaxial cable at the back of the computer.
ThickNet Network. See 10Base5.
IEEE 802.3 interface between a media attachment unit (MAU) and a network interface card (NIC). The term AUI can also refer to the rear panel port to which an AUI cable might attach.
Attached Unit Interface. Most commonly used with reference to the 15-pin D type connector and cables used to connect single and multiple channel equipment to an Ethernet transceiver.
Application user interface
Attachment User Interface. An IEEE 802.3 standards 15 pin 3 row 'D' type connector interface.
Attachment User Interface. Attachment user interface that specifies how a transceiver is attached to an Ethernet device.
Defined in the IEEE 802.1 specification as the interface between an Ethernet MAU and DTE. Basically, the way an Ethernet station connects to a transceiver sitting on a thick Ethernet cable.
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the Advanced User Interface This group within the UMDL project focuses on the user centered design of new paradigms for gathering and organizing information. It is based on the premise more much than support for The One-Shot Query is needed, and that state-of-the-art interface technology is currently underutilized in DL interfaces.
(Attachment Unit Interface) An Ethernet transceiver cable, or the backpanel connector to which such a cable might attach.
Is Attachment Unit Interface. It refers to the type of connector used with THICK ethernet wire. These type of connections are typically between a computer and an ethernet tranceiver.
See Autonomous Unit Interface or Attachment Unit Interface.
Autonomous Unit Interface or Attachment Unit Interface. This refers to the 15-pin D connector and cables that connect single and multiple channel equipment in an Ethernet transceiver.
Attachment Unit Interface. The IEEE 802.3 specified cable and connector used to attach devices to a MAU. Defined in Section 7 of the 802.3 standard.
Attachment Unit Interface. A 15-pin connector and cable used to connect a network interface card and an Ethernet network.
A synonym for the 10Base5 Thicknet Ethernet standard.
The cable that attaches from a MAU or transceiver to a computer. The AUI cable consists of 15-pin D-shell type connectors, female on the computer end and male on the transceiver end.
Attachment Unit Interface. The 15-pin signal interface defined in the original Ethernet standard that carries signals between a station and an outboard transceiver.
The connector used to attach a device to an Ethernet transceiver.
Attachment Unit Interface. A 15-pin shielded, twisted pair Ethernet cable used (optionally) to connect between network devices and a MAU.
AUI stands for Attachment Unit Interface. It is a connector that attaches Ethernet equipment such as a workstation or fan-out box to a transceiver. AAUI is the AppleTalk Attachment Unit Interface.
Interface type between a computer and the LAN.
Attachment Unit Interface; A 15 pin connector found on Ethernet cards that can be used for attaching coaxial, fiber optic, or twisted pair cable.
Attachment unit interface. A connector for the Ethernet interface that attaches a workstation to a transceiver.
Attachment (or attached) unit interface. (1) An electrical and mechanical interface defined by the IEEE 802.3 (10 Mb/s) standard, implemented physically as a 15-pin D connector. (2) A connector on the network adapter used to connect cables to fiber optic, coaxial, or 10BASE-T transceivers.