Electronic Anti-Shock System is designed to prevent skipping,
by expanding the memory capacity.
Electronic data interchange. EDI is the exchange of business
documents, like orders and invoices, between computers
run by trading partners. It is fast, saves on paperwork,
gives greater control over the way you operate and develops
closer trading partnerships. It depends on proprietary
systems, which are not always compatible with each other,
and is gradually being superseded by open, Web-based technologies
such as XML.
Enhanced Messaging Service (EMS) is an adaptation of the
Short Message Service (SMS) that allows users to send
and receive ring tones and operator logos
Extended Other Networks. Enables the In-Car tuner to follow
a radio stations strongest signal whilst on the move.
3 Band Equaliser
The Exchangeable Image File (EXIF) format is used by nearly
all digital cameras that output images as JPEGs. It enables
information, such as the date and time the shot was taken,
plus Exposure and other camera information, to be stored
in the image file alongside the normal image information.
These details can then be read by photo archiving software
such as ACDSee and Thumber, so you can get an instant
view of exactly what your camera was doing when you took
the shot; handy for troubleshooting and retaking.