Definitions for "Compatibility"
the ability of equipment made by various DCC manufacturers to operate together on the same layout. The interoperability of equipment from various manufacturers gives consumers more choices at every price level. It also gives you the assurance that if brand X goes out of business that you will still be able to buy equipment from another company.
The ability of two or more substances combined with one another to form a homogeneous composition of useful plastic properties; for example, the suitability of a sizing or finish for use with certain general resin types.
Pertaining to the ability of computers and computer components (hardware and software) to work together.
Capability of two or more materials or substances to be used together without ill effect. Must be considered when choosing the medium to be used with any fluid stream.
(ANSI) The capability of a functional unit to meet the requirements of a specified interface.
Relates to the video and computer signal formats the projector is capable of displaying.
The quality or power of being compatible or congruous; congruity; as, a compatibility of tempers; a compatibility of properties.
The capacity of powder coatings to be mixed and applied so as to show no visible, mechanical or any other detectable effect.
he capacity of powder coatings from indifferent sources of different compositions to be combined and applied so as to yield no visible or mechanically measurable differences in the cured film or application properties.
the trouble-free nature of synergetic business without contradictions
Keywords:  unproblematic, mode, bps, itu, latest
Indicates the ITU-T communication mode supported by the machine. There are four standard modes: Group 1 (G1) mode, which is also referred to as 6-minute FM mode, was used on the first generation of analog machines; Group 2 (G2) mode, which is faster and more automated than Group 1 machines, was used on the second-generation analog machines; Group 3 (G3) mode, which supports bit-per-second rates up to 14.4 Kbps, is the first mode to utilize digital technology. Many Group 3 machines are also compatible with the older Group 2 and Group 1 machines. G3 is the most common mode presently in use. Group 4 (G4) mode is the latest standard. It is designed for high-speed communication (up to 64,000 bps) and must be used on private or special digital (as opposed to analog) telephone lines.
Compatibility refers to a standard or a standardised construction, which enables the unproblematic exchange of data or mode of functioning of appliances.
Mixable in the formulation or in the spray tank for application in the same carrier without undesirably altering the characteristics or effects of the individual components.
Those attributes of a system that permit interface with other components of the operating environment without significant effort.
Keywords:  emc, electromagnetic, see
See EMC (Electromagnetic Compatibility).
The size and character of a building element relative to other elements around it. For example, the size and proportion of windows in a building façade are usually related to one another, the spaces between them, and the scale of surrounding buildings.
In geochemistry, compatibility is a measure of how readily a particular trace element will substitute for a major element within a mineral.
Keywords:  mac, usb, macintosh, upload, windows
Compatibility refers to computer platforms and operating systems with which the digital device and its software will operate. This may be a Windows-based PC (e.g., Windows 98+, 2000, XP), Macintosh computer (e.g., Mac OS 9+), or both.
What type of computer (either Mac or PC) and operating systems the device be used with.
Can the hosted system upload data from your existing systems? Can it download data to your existing systems
a feeling of sympathetic understanding
compiler a program that translates another program written in a high-level language into computer-readable code (machine code)
How well one computer, attached device, data file, or program can work with or understand the commands, formats, or language of another.
Based on a standard or stanardised construction, which allows a smooth transfer of data between two or more devices.
The extent to which the innovation or its usage is consistent with the consumer values, norms and behaviors.
Closeness in matching of blood type and tissue type between a donor and recipient. Helps to determine whether or not a transplanted organ will be rejected.
The condition of being well matched with a partner for a sexual or non-sexual relationship.
Keywords:  work, devices, condition
The condition under which devices can work with each other.