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Base: In film production terms, the celluloid backing of a piece of film to which the emulsion adheres. In Marxist terms, a society's economic system, upon which is built its superstructure.
10BaseT: 10Mbps (Megabits per second) CSMA/CD (Carrier Sense Multiple Access with Collision Detection) LAN that runs on Category 3 and better UTP/STP (unshielded twisted pair / shielded twisted pair) . . . View Full Definition
Base Property: For the Bureau of Land Management: land or water resources, owned or controlled by a holder of a grazing permit or lease, that are suitable to support livestock for a part of the year. For t . . . View Full Definition
10Base5: IEEE standard for baseband Ethernet at 10Mbps over heavy coax cable for a maximum distance of 500 meters. Also called Thicknet, rarely seen in modern network environments.
Wireless Telephone Base Station: The combination of antennas and electronic equipment used to receive and transmit wireless telephone signals. Sometimes called a base station.
Baseboard Camera: Portable large format camera with a folding base-board. Allows a limited use of camera movements. Also referred to as a field camera.
Nitrogenous Base: A nitrogen-containing molecule having the chemical properties of a base. Dna contains the nitrogenous bases adenine (a), guanine (g), cytosine (c), and thymine (t).
Base Period Price: The average price for an item in a specified time period used as a base for an index - such as 1910-14, 1957-59, 1967, 1977, or 1982. Time series of data are often deflated to a base period . . . View Full Definition
Zero-Based Budgeting: A budgeting system that starts with no authorized funds as a starting point. In a zero-based budget, each activity or program to be funded must be justified every time a new budget is prepar . . . View Full Definition
Skill-Based Pay: A salary differentiation system that bases compensation on an individualís education, experience, knowledge, skills or specialized training.
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Income Tax: Common stock with a high dividend yield and few profitable investment opportunities.