CCIR System A was the 405 line analog broadcast television system broadcast in the UK and Ireland. It was discontinued in 1985.
CCIR System H is an analog broadcast television system primarily used in Belgium, the Balkans and Malta on the UHF bands.
CCIR System B was the 625-line analog broadcast television system which at its peak was the system used in the most countries.
The French Chamber of Commerce and Industry in China, established in 1992, is a private association under the Chinese law and belongs to the Federation of French Chambers of Commerce and Industry Abroad (Union des Chambres de Commerce et d’Industrie Françaises à l’Etranger - UCCIFE).
CCID may refer to:
The CCI Phantom is a Nelson-based pump action paintball marker developed and produced by Mike Casady. Production of the Phantom began in 1987 after about six months of prototype work.
CCIR System I is an analog broadcast television system. It was first used in the Republic of Ireland starting in 1962 as the 625-line broadcasting standard to be used on VHF Band I and Band III, sharing Band III with 405-line System A signals radiated in the north of the country.
CCID (chip card interface device) protocol is a USB protocol that allows a smartcard to be connected to a computer via a card reader using a standard USB interface, without the need for each manufacturer of smartcards to provide its own reader or protocol.
CCI (Cascade Cartridge Inc.), based in Lewiston, Idaho, manufactures rimfire ammunition, centerfire handgun ammunition, and primers for reloaders and industrial power loads.
CCIR System G is an analog broadcast television system used in many countries. There are several systems in use and letter G is assigned for the European UHF system which is also used in the majority of Asian and African countries.