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EDR

(1) (Event Data Recorder) See black box.

(2) (Enhanced Data Rate) An acronym occasionally used to reflect an advancement in transmission or transfer speed. For example, Bluetooth 2.0 + EDR provides a dramatic increase in speed over the previous version. See Bluetooth.

EDR

Abbr. for “equivalent direct radiation.”
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