Wdr


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Wdr

In the lumber industry, abbr. for “wider.”
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Our customers, including investors, technology vendors, and end users, rely on WDR for unbiased opinions and advice about the practical applications and total costs of ownership for wireless IT.
We've been working in the German media market for some time and now with WDR and Bayerischer Rundfunk on board, we have two strong references," says Tomas Duffy, CEO of Net Insight.
265 WDR PoE IR Network Cameras, models TV-IP318PI and TV-IP319PI, are available online on the TRENDnet store, and worldwide through authorized distribution and retail partners.
WDR is the term commonly used for the art of balancing both very dark and very bright areas in a scene.
Axis Communications, the market leader in network video, introduces Forensic WDR , an enhanced Wide Dynamic Range (WDR)method that focuses on achieving high forensic value, in a number of new cameras.
A second broad contribution of this WDR is its argument for a focus on institutional "function over form"--that "it is important to think not only about what form institutions should have, but also about the functions that institutions must perform.
He said that the distance between the water level and the tip of the wick also did not affect the WDR.
The effect of WDR on building facades can be assumed in a better way by predicting the surface wetting distribution accurately [2].
A key message from the WDR 2014 is that risk management can be a powerful tool for development and has the potential to bring about security and future prosperity to people in the developing world.
The World Bank South Asia Region's sector Director for Human Development Jesko S Hentschel , who is also the co-author of 2013 WDR on Jobs ,will make this presentation, a statement of the said.
According to Stasi records discovered by the German television company WDR, Ikea developed strong links with the communist state in the 1970s, and opened a number of manufacturing facilities, one of which used political prisoners to construct sofas.