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DDS

(communications)

DDS

(1)

DDS

(2)
Digital Data System.

DDS

(3)

DDS

(1) (Digital Data Storage) See DAT.

(2) (Data Dictionary System) See QuickBuild and OpenDDS.

(3) (Dataphone Digital Service) A private line digital service from AT&T with data rates from 2.4 to 56 Kbps.

(4) (Digital Data Service) A private line digital service from carriers other than AT&T.
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In addition, the NetAcquire DDS option, when used in conjunction with the NetAcquire Data Recorder option, offers real-time recording and playback of DDS network traffic.
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Because a DDS device works with sampled data, designers must take into account the Nyquist sampling theorem.
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