- plural form of PAC
pacs - Computer Definition
A digital cordless telephony total system standard that addresses both the air interface and network infrastructure. A modification of the WACS (Wireless Access Communication System) specification, PACS was developed in the U.S. for licensed Personal Communications Services (PCS) applications, although several unlicensed versions exist as well. The licensed version of PACS employs frequency division duplex (FDD) to support downstream transmission in the 1930
(Picture ArChiving System) A storage and management system for high-resolution images. Typically pertaining to the medical field, images such as X-rays, MRIs and CAT scans require a greater amount of storage than other industries.