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WAN A wide area network (WAN) is a computer network that covers a broad area (i.e., any network whose communications links cross metropolitan, regional, or national boundaries. This is in contrast with personal area networks (PAN)s, local area networks (LAN)s, campus area networks (CAN)s, or metropolitan area networks (MAN)s which are usually limited to a room, building, campus or specific metropolitan area (e.g., a city) respectively.
WXGA Wide XGA (WXGA) is a set of non standard resolutions derived from the XGA display standard by widening it to a wide screen aspect ratio. WXGA is commonly used for low-end LCD TVs and LCD computer monitors for widescreen presentation. WXGA is generally understood to refer to a resolution of 1366×768, with an aspect ratio of 16:9 hhen referring to televisions and other monitors intended for consumer entertainment use. WXGA is most commonly used to refer to a resolution of 1280×800 pixels with an aspect ratio of 16:10 when referring to laptop displays or monitors intended primarily as computer displays.
WSXGA Plus WSXGA+ stands for Widescreen Super eXtended Graphics Array Plus and is a computer display standard. A WSXGA+ display is commonly used on Widescreen 20", 21", and popular 22" LCD monitors from numerous manufacturers (and a very small number of 19" widescreen monitors), as well as widescreen 15.4" and 17" laptop LCD screens like the Thinkpad T61. The resolution is 1680×1050 pixels (1,764,000 pixels) and has a 16:10 aspect ratio. WSXGA+ is the widescreen version of SXGA+, but it is not approved by any organization.
WQUXGA WQUXGA (Wide Quad Ultra Extended Graphics Array) describes a display standard that can support a resolution up to 3840 x 2400 pixels, assuming a 16:10 aspect ratio.
WVGA Wide VGA or WVGA an abbreviation for Wide Video Graphics Array is any display resolution with the same 480 pixel height as VGA but wider, such as 800×480, 848×480, or 854×480. It is a common resolution among LCD projectors and later portable and hand-held internet-enabled devices.
WXGA Plus WXGA+ is a non-standard computer display resolutions term refering to a resolution of 1440x900. WXGA+ can be thought of as an enhanced version of WXGA with more pixels, or as widescreen variants of SXGA. The aspect ratios of each are 16:10
WUXGA WUXGA stands for Widescreen Ultra eXtended Graphics Array and is a display resolution of 1920×1200 pixels (2,304,000 pixels) with a 16:10 screen aspect ratio. It is a wide version of UXGA, and is appropriate for viewing HDTV content.
WQSXGA WQSXGA (Wide Quad Super eXtended Graphics Array) describes a display standard that can support a resolution up to 3200 x 2048 pixels, assuming a 1.56:1 (25:16) aspect ratio.
WHXGA WHXGA an abbreviation for Wide Hex[adecatuple] Extended Graphics Array is a display standard that can support a resolution of roughly 5120×3200 pixels with a 16:10 aspect ratio. The name comes from the fact that it is a wide version of HXGA, which in turn has sixteen (hexadecatuple) times as many pixels as an XGA display. Only high-end digital cameras capable of rendering images at this resolution. It would require four WQXGA devices to display at this resolution.
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