SVD

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SVD

(Simultaneous Voice and Data) The concurrent transmission of voice and data by modem over a single analog telephone line. The first SVD technologies on the market were Multi-Tech's MSP, Radish's VoiceView, AT&T's VoiceSpan and the all-digital DSVD, endorsed by Intel, Hayes and others. See VoiceView.
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Just three years later, another sniper weapon system, designated as the Odstrelovaci puska vz.54 (Sniper rifle model 1954), was produced in extremely small quantities from 1954 to 1957 before it was quickly replaced in the Czech armed forces by the Soviet SVD (Samozaryadnaya snaiperskaya vintovka Dragunova) Dragunov sniper weapon system.