Words ending with 5

1 letter words ending with 5

  • cat 5 — Category 5
  • category 5 — The term Category 5 refers to Ethernet cabling that allows data transfers up to 100 Megabits per second.
  • layer 5 — session layer
  • message digest 5 — (messaging)   The message digest function defined in RFC 1321.
  • meta 5 — Early syntax-directed compiler-compiler, used for translating one high-level language to another. Versions: META II, META-3.

2 letter words ending with 5

  • a5 — a standard paper size (half A4), 148 × 210 mm
  • c5 — Channel 5
  • e5 — (communications)   A European framing specification for the transmission of 256 multiplexed E1 data streams, resulting in a transmission rate of 565.148 Mbps (= 565,148 kb/s).
  • g5 — Group of Five
  • k5 — An early system on the Larc computer.

3 letter words ending with 5

  • md5 — Message Digest 5
  • mi5 — the government's security and counterespionage service that works in liaison with Scotland Yard's Special Branch.
  • nt5 — Windows 2000
  • p45 — a severance form issued by HMRC via an employer to a person leaving employment
  • sl5 — String and list processing language with expression-oriented syntax. Coroutines.

4 letter words ending with 5

  • ops5 — (language)   A programming language for rule-based production systems. A rule consists of pre-condition(s) and a resulting action. The system checks its working memory to see if there are rules whose pre-conditions are satisfied, if so, the action in one selected satisfied rule is executed. There is a public domain implementation of an OPS5 interpreter written by Charles L. Forgy <[email protected]> in 1977. It was first implemented in Lisp and later in BLISS. It was also ported to Common Lisp by George Wood and Jim Kowalski. See also C5, OPS83, OPS4, OPS5+, OPS83. Inference Engine Tech, Cambridge MA.
  • v.25 — (communications, standard)   A standard allowing an auto-answer modem to determine the correct modulation standard to use.
  • v.35 — (communications, standard)   The ITU-T standard for data transmission at 48 kilobits per second over 60 - 108 KHz group band circuits. It contains the 34-pin V.34 connector specifications normally implemented on a modular RJ-45 connector.
  • x.25 — (protocol, standard)   An ITU-T standard protocol suite for the DTE-DCE interface in a packet-switched network, approved by ISO. X.25 defines standard physical layer, data link layer and network layers (layers 1 through 3). It was developed to describe how data passes into and out of public data communications networks. X.25 networks are in use throughout the world. Document: ISO 8208. Several other ITU-T recommendations are relevant to packet switching: X.3, X.28, X.29, X.75.
  • x.75 — The ITU-T standard specifying the protocols for communication between two PSDNs.

5 letter words ending with 5

  • db-25 — (hardware)   The standard 25-pin D-shell connector used for EIA-232 serial communication.
  • perl5 — (language, tool)   A commonly used but unofficial term for 5.* versions of Perl.
  • rj-45 — (hardware)   A serial connector which looks very much like a standard telephone connector, except it houses eight wires instead of four. RJ-45s are typically found on computers either integrated into the mother board or on a NIC. Because they are so small they are often used on devices such as terminal servers that have many ports.
  • ten15 — (language)   A universal intermediate language, a predecessor to TDF.
  • tk-95 — TK-90X

6 letter words ending with 5

  • ge-645 — (computer)   A computer built by General Electric, the successor to the GE-635, designed to provide the extra CPU features required by the Multics project. The GE-645 was designed in 1965 by John Couleur and Edward Glaser at MIT. It had several security levels and instructions for handling virtual memory. Addressing used an 18-bit segment in addition to the 18-bit address, dramatically increasing the theoretical memory size and making virtual memory easier to support. Design of the GE-645's successor, the GE-655, started in 1967.
  • rs-485 — EIA-485

7 letter words ending with 5

  • 10base5 — (networking)   An Ethernet network cabling specification operating at ten Mbps, "baseband" (as opposed to radio frequency), and with a maximum single cable length of 500 metres. This is normally carried on RG8 cable. Compare 10base2, 10baseT.
  • eia-485 — (communications, standard)   (Formerly "RS-485") An EIA serial line standard which specifies 2-wire, half-duplex, differential line, multi-point communications. Maximum cable length is 1200m. Maximum data rates are 10Mbps at 1.2m or 100Kbps at 1200m. EIA-485 can implement a truly multi-point communications network, and specifies up to 32 drivers and 32 receivers on a single (2-wire) bus.

9 letter words ending with 5

  • cparaops5 — (language)   A parallel version of OPS5 written at CMU, in C and compiling to C. CParaOps5 is available for Unix, Mach, Encore Multimaxen, and Sequent.

11 letter words ending with 5

  • uranium-235 — a uranium radioisotope that is used in nuclear fission

On this page, we collect all words that ending in letter 5. To make easier to find the right word we have divided all 67 words to groups according to their length. So you should go to appropriate page if can’t find the word that ends in 5 that you are searching. Also you can use this page in Scrabble.

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