CIC may refer to:
The Checking Integrated Circuit, or CIC, is a lockout chip designed for the Nintendo Entertainment System which had three main purposes:
- To give Nintendo complete control over the software released for the platform
- To prevent unlicensed (pirate) game cartridges from running
- To facilitate regional lockout
Improved designs of the CIC chip were also used in the later Super Nintendo Entertainment System and Nintendo 64, although running an updated security program which performs additional checks.
n. 1 combat information center#English, a battle coordination room aboard a warship. 2 community interest company#English.
Usage examples of "cic".
CIC, the words slurred by the slight fuzziness of a decrypted transmission.
CIC, a crew member looked up from the flatscreen monitor for the sensor arrays.
She gazed down into it, watching until CIC updated it with the red caret that indicated an unidentified hyper footprint on Gauntlet's starboard bow at just over sixteen light-minutes.
On board were five men, the two pilots, a CIC officer, an air controller, and a radar operator.
A close surveillance by CIC or any other MG unit could break the back of all his hopes and desires, edged with poison and solitude though they may have been.
They left it out to free up mass for her flag accommodations and a full-scale fleet CIC.
That's funny, I guessed he was one of those old CIA spooks who hangs around in the CIC.
There's no reason the transmitters and receivers aboard the arrays couldn't manage it, but we'd have to remotely access the software to redirect the downlink to the pinnaces instead of CIC.
It is reality television: CIC picks out one of their agents who is involved in a wet operation-doing some actual cloak-and-dagger work and has him put on a gargoyle rig so that everything he sees and hears is transmitted back to the home base in Langley.
It is reality television: CIC picks out one of their agents who is involved in a wet operation-doing some actual cloak-and-dagger work-ø.
If it looked to the CIC that you were getting too close to a fraulein, you got your security clearance jerkedby then his clearance was Top Secret/Crypto IV, which meant he was cleared to en- and decrypt anythingand losing that meant it would be back to some radio room.
If it looked to the CIC that you were getting too close to a fraulein, you got your security clearance jerked-by then his clearance was Top Secret/Crypto IV, which meant he was cleared to en- and decrypt anything-and losing that meant it would be back to some radio room.
At that moment, the mistake had been detected in Jefferson's CIC, and the selector switch hastily set back to standby mode.
Kirkegard agreed, watching the sidebars of his plot as CIC assigned threat values to the incoming warheads.
Most of the CIC crew were too deeply involved in their own stations to bother with the broadcast, but the intel sysops turned to listen, even though they could have taken the sound channel through individual headphones.