dpi

Abbreviation for 'Dots Per Inch', a measurement of resolution. More dots per inch equals higher resolution.

DPI

Detected Pulse Interference

DPI

The resolution of printers and scanners is dots per inch. The higher the value, the finer the scan- or print result. When you use a bubble jet printer the result is determined by the size of the drop of ink

dpi

A measure of the quality of an image from a scanner or output resolution of a printer. The more dots per inch, the higher the quality will be but the larger the file size the slower it will process.

DPI

Distributed Protocol Interface + Dots Per Inch

DPI

Dots Per Inch, details ...
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dpi

Abbreviation for 'Dots per Inch.' Indicates the resolution of a printer, scanner, or monitor. Refers to the number of dots in a one-inch (approx. 25.4-mm) line.
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Dpi

See Dots per Inch.
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dpi

(Digital cameras and photo printers) Dots per inch (1 inch = approx. 2.54 cm). A measuring unit in printing to describe the geometric resolution of an image.
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DPI

(PROJECT GLOSSARY) Dye Penetrant Inspection - Test to check for faults in a weld fabrication.
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dpi

dots per inch - on a desktop printer, the text and graphics are reproduced by rows and rows of tiny dots - the smaller the dots, the better the definition of the resulting printout - this is usually specified as the number of dots per inch that the printer can lay onto the paper t he same idea is used for scanning - when scanning a picture or diagr...
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DPI

Dots per inch (DPI) is used to measure the resolution of printers and scanners. The higher the value, the finer the scan or print quality.
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DPI

Dots Per Inch. Used in comparing relative printing resolution of thermal printheads and laser print engines
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DPI

Dots Per Inch. The number of pixels or Dots per inch of an image. This is also known as 'resolution'. The higher the resolution, the better the quality of print.
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DPI

Dots Per Inch. This measures the quality of the printers resolution by the number of dots per inch that it can print.
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DPI

Differential Pressure Indicator
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DPI

Dots per Inch. A measurement of resolution or fineness for a printer or scanner. A dot is the smallest unit that can be displayed, scanned, or printed. If a device has a resolution of 300 dpi, it means there are three hundred dots horizontally and three hundred dots vertically. The higher the number of dots per inch, The greater the amount of detai...
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DPI

Dual Plug Inhibit
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DPI

Dots per Inch. A measurement of resolution or fineness for a printer or scanner. A dot is the smallest unit that can be displayed, scanned, or printed. If a device has a resolution of 300 dpi, it means there are three hundred dots horizontally and three hundred dots vertically. The higher the number of dots per inch, The greater the amount ...
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DPI

Dots per inch: A measurement of the resolution of a digital photo or digital device, including digital cameras and printers. The higher the number, the greater the resolution.
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DPI

Stands for Dots Per Inch, usually in the context of semitone or process printing, which refers to the frequency of dots appearing. The greater the DPI, the finer the print.
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DPI

(Dots-per-inch) Generally used to describe printer resolution and often used to describe scanner resolution. Obviously the higher the number the better the resolution of the image. By doubling the number the resolution actually becomes four times larger. In the old days (a few years ago) 300 dpi was the norm for a laser printer. Unfortunately, at 3...
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DPI

Type: Abbreviation Definitions: 1. Abbreviation for dry powder inhaler.
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dpi

Abbreviation for dots per inch, measure of the resolution of images produced by computer screens and printers. The dot pitch limits the maximum number of dots per inch (the density of illuminated points). This is usually greater than the screen resolution, which is given in terms of pixels (picture elements) such as 800 x 600. The number of dots pe...
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DPI

Dots per Inch. This is a measurement value used to describe the resolution of a display screen or that of a printer
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