MTS

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Noun[edit]

MTS (uncountable)

  1. (standards, measurement) Abbreviation of metre-tonne-second.. A version of the metric system, that uses as its basis units, the metre (m), tonne (t), second (s), with other units derived from these base units.
  2. (television) Initialism of multichannel television sound. (a standard for encoding additional audio channels within an NTSC signal)

Synonyms[edit]

  • (television): BTSC (Broadcast Television Systems Committee) (by synedoche of the technical committee which codified MTS audio)

Coordinate terms[edit]

(metre-tonne-second):

  • S.I. (International System of Units)
  • cgs (centimetre-gramme-second)
  • MKS (metre-kilogramme-second)

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