E-Carrier is the digital telecommunications services backbone system of Europe, a format standardized by the International Telecommunication Union (ITU).
EIA/TIA Wiring Standards are standards for commercial and telecommunications wiring developed by the Electronic Industries Alliance (EIA) and Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA).
EGP, or Exterior Gateway Protocol, is a type of routing protocol used to distribute routing information between different autonomous systems in large internetworks based on the TCP/IP protocol.
Encapsulation is a process by which a lower-layer protocol receives data from a higher-layer protocol and then places the data into the data portion of its frame.
EIA was the main trade organization representing the U.S. high-tech community. The Electronic Industries Alliance (EIA) was founded in 1924 as the Radio Manufacturers Association.
EMI, Electromagnetic Interference, is electrical noise induced in cabling by the presence of nearby electrical equipment such as motors, air conditioners, fluorescent lights, and power lines.