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X-10
  X-10 is a communications protocol for remote control of electrical devices. It is designed for communications between X10 transmitters and X10 receivers which communicate on standard household wiring. X-10 is a powerline carrier protocol that allows compatible devices throughout the home to communicate with each other via the existing 110V wiring in the house. It can make a controlled network of different devices connected together. The X-10 powerline protocol transmits binary data using Amplitude Modulation.
Source: Xilinx
 
X-Bounding
  Additional circuitry added to a design to stop unknown logic states from propagating to the MISR circuitry.
Source: Mentor Graphics
 
Xeon
  Xeon is a Pentium microprocessor from Intel for use in "mid-range" enterprise servers and workstations. Xeon is replacing the Pentium Pro as Intel's main enterprise microchip. Xeon is designed for Internet and large transactional database servers as well as for engineering, graphics, and multimedia applications that require moving a lot of data around quickly. Xeon is the high end of the Pentium line (Celeron is the low end).
Source: HostPulse
 
X-ray Inspection System
  Instruments that use penetrating X-rays or gamma radiation to capture images of the internal structure of a part or finished product. Typically used to find shorts and opens in Ball Grid Array (BGA) pins that are buried under the chip.
Source: A.T.E. Solutions, Inc.
 
X-Ray Lithography
  Similar in principle to optical lithography, but capable of constructing much finer features due to the shorter wavelengths involved. However, X-ray lithography requires an intense source of X-rays, is more difficult to use, and is considerably more expensive than optical lithography.
Source: Maxfield & Montrose Interactive Inc.
 

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