2 billion recorded in 1997, according to the Consumer Electronics Manufacturers Association (CEMA).
What does CEMA stand for?
CEMA stands for Consumer Electronics Manufacturers Association
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We have 89 other meanings of CEMA in our Acronym Attic
- Certified Expert Vulnerability Professional (Lunarline School of Cybersecurity; various locations)
- Charlestown Emergency Management Agency (Charlestown, Rhode Island)
- Chef d'Etat-Major des Armees
- Chefe do Estado-Maior da Armada (Portugal)
- Colorado Emergency Managers Association
- Columbia Emergency Management Agency (Columbia, NH)
- Committee on Ethnic Minority Affairs
- Computer Event Marketing Association
- Conservatoire Européen du Machinisme Agricole (European Committee of Agricultural Machinery Manufacturers Associations)
- Consolidated Extension Modification Agreement
- Converted Energy per Unit Mass (physics)
- Conveyor Equipment Manufacturers Association
- Council for Economic Mutual Economic Assistance
- Council for the Encouragement of Music and the Arts (now Arts Council of Northern Ireland)
- Cumulative Environmental Management Association (Canada)
- Cyber Electro Magnetic Activities
- Centre d'Étude du Monde Arabe et de l'Asie
- Centro Evangélico de Misiología Andino - Amazónica (Special Commission on Environment for the Amazon)
- Chef d'État-Major de l’Armée de l’Air (French: Chief of Air Staff; French Air Force)
- Computational ElectroMagnetics Analysis Assistant
Samples in periodicals archive:
In November, Firewire was adopted by the US National Cable Television Association and Consumer Electronics Manufacturers Association as the baseline spec for digital television receivers and set-top boxes (CI No 3,531) - with Firewire-enabled DTV equipment expected by November 1999.
Extend Their Reach Consumer Electronics Manufacturers Association (CEMA) 2500 Wilson Boulevard Arlington, VA 22201 Attn: Amy Davis Tel: 703-907-7614 * E-mail: adavis@ eia.
LAS VEGAS-The Consumer Electronics Manufacturers Association (CEMA) is forecasting that sales to dealers this year are expected to rise to $79 billion, a 5 percent increase over 1998.
The early 1999 release of next-generation DTV sets had apparently been threatened by the absence of such a spec, to the extent that the US Federal Communications Commission called on the National Cable Television Association and Consumer Electronics Manufacturers Association to reach an accord by November 1, or else.