5x motorized zoom that automatically adjusts when the projector is moved; and network capabilities for remote control and access via a wired LAN connection with password protection for increased security.
What does NETCAP stand for?
NETCAP stands for Network Capabilities
This definition appears rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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- Navajo Education Technology Consortium (various locations)
- Naval Education & Training Center
- Naval Education & Training Command (formerly Chief of Naval Education and Training, CNET)
- Nebraska Educational Telecommunications Commission
- Network Enterprise Technology Command
- Neuro-Endocrine Tumor Center (Santa Monica, CA)
- New England Theatre Conference
- New England Tropical Conservatory (Bennington, VT)
- New England Tool Collectors Association (St. Johnsbury, VT)
- National Exploitation of Tactical Capabilities (US DoD)
- Network Common Data Form
- National Environmental Technology Centre (UK)
- Network Center
- Network-Centric Solutions (US Air Force)
- Nebraska Educational Television Council for Higher Education
- Nushagak Electric and Telephone Cooperative, Inc. (Dillingham, AK)
- Network: Computation in Neural Systems
- National Engineering and Technical Company Ltd.
- Network Command (information systems)
- Network Communications (various locations)
Samples in periodicals archive:
TNS' network capabilities focus on providing rapid and secure service that supports the flow of financial information and transactions among global communities of interest.
MoteWorks allows device manufacturers to integrate wireless sensor network capabilities into their innovative, differentiated products quickly and economically.
In the next step for this market, E-PCs will define a class of PCs that include a PC-TV tuner and a hard disk drive, and then evolve to include multiple PC-TV tuners, different types of tuners (analog, digital, cable TV, satellite), massive disk storage, DVD recording capabilities, High Definition (HDTV) video and surround sound audio outputs, HD-DVD recording capabilities, in-home network capabilities, and broadband external network capabilities.
By continually improving our network capabilities, we are supercharging the engine that drives our business," said Bill Smith, BellSouth's chief product development and technology officer.
11 wireless network capabilities that have been designed and tested to work together.
Upgrading Abilene is a significant milestone in achieving the goal of providing advanced network capabilities for teaching and research," said Indiana University vice president for information technology and CIO Michael McRobbie "Indiana University is delighted to be a partner in Abilene, to host the Abilene Network Operations Center, and to provide the hands-on expertise for this upgrade of Abilene.
The move into the Phoenix market expands the company's network capabilities and builds on its success in providing dark-fiber services to customers in the Atlanta market.