XT may refer to:

  • XT (band), a Swedish metal band
  • Canon Digital Rebel XT, a digital single-lens reflex camera
  • Ford XT Falcon, a car produced by the Ford Motor Company in Australia between 1968 and 1969
  • Subaru XT, a sports car
  • extra time, a term used in sport
  • Cross-training, a term used in sport

Other taxes and fees in a GDS system

  • Air Exel IATA code
  • Christmas tree (oil well)
  • XT Brewing Company, a UK based micro brewery
  • Bop It XT, Hasbro's 2011 electronic game.

In computing:

  • XT Mobile Network, a Telecom New Zealand mobile network
  • IBM PC XT, a personal computer
  • XT bus architecture
  • Crosstalk, an electrical interference caused by a wire carrying an electrical signal
  • the XT versions of Radeon graphics cards
  • XT (or XT), a video server from EVS Broadcast Equipment
  • XT XSLT, an implementation in Java of XSLT, created by James Clark
  • Intrinsics or X toolkit, or Xt, a library providing an object-oriented-looking API for the X Window System

Other articles related to "xt":

Martin BM - Design and Development
... The Martin XT5M-1 was powered by a 525 hp (391 kW) Pratt Whitney R-1690-22 Hornet radial engine and following test during 1930, the Navy ordered 12 aircraft from Martin with the designation BM-1 ... The BM-1 had a more powerful R-1690-44 engine ...
SR.N5 - Military Service
... Three Bell SK-5s saw service with the United States Navy in Vietnam during the late 1960s ... Single SR.N5s were also used by the Sultanate of Brunei and the Canadian Coast Guard. ...
National Center For Computational Sciences - Systems - Jaguar
... The XT system has grown in strength through a series of advances since being installed as a 25-teraflop XT3 in 2005 ... have been ported and run on the Cray XT system, many of which have been scaled up to run on 25,000 to 150,000 cores ...
... The LAPAN XT-400 was a twin-engine STOL utility aircraft under development by the government of Indonesia in the late 1970s into early 1980s ... Had it flown, the XT-400 would have been the first aircraft of Indonesian design to carry more than three people ... This, however, was not to be, and the XT-400 project was cancelled in 1981 with the prototype still unfinished ...