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I.Link
 

I/O port
/O (input/output), pronounced "eye-oh," describes any operation, program, or device that transfers data to or from a computer. Typical I/O devices are printers, hard disks, keyboards, and mouses. In fact, some devices are basically input-only devices (keyboards and mouses); others are primarily output-only devices (printers); and others provide both input and output of data (hard disks, diskettes, writable CD-ROMs).

 
I11
 

I3
 

IC Chipset
 

 
ICB
Information Control Block

ID
Identification Data

IDCT
Inverse Discrete Cosine Transform

IDE
Integrated Drive Electronics

IEC
ID Error Correction

 
IED
ID Error Detection

IEEE
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers

 
IEEE 1394
 

IEEE 1394b
 

IFPI
International Federation of the Phonographic Industry

IG
Intensity Groove

IGa
Intensity Groove after recording

 
IGb
Intensity Groove before recording

 
IGPa
Intensity Groove during play, after recording

IGPb
Intensity Groove during play, before recording

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