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What does DDS stand for?

DDS stands for Direct Digital Synthesizer

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267 TA418 Some 200 papers discuss such aspects as applying rough sets in customer classification, metaphor and interest in graphic design, the role of the cities in Western economic development, minus domination numbers of directed graphs, a novel method to calculate the frequency control work of a direct digital synthesizer, a flexible query answering approach for autonomous web databases, a metabolic algorithm for software requirement engineering, a license plate recognition technology based on digital image processing, an electronic commerce recommender system based on product character, an index tracking method based on the neural networks and its empirical study, and a semantics-based routing scheme for cloud computing.
They explain synthesizer architectures, PLL-based frequency synthesizers, digital design, CMOS logic and current mode logic, applications of digital circuits, the charge pump, RF design of oscillators, sigma-delta modulators, direct digital synthesizers, and common digital and direct modulations.
In addition to transmitter implementations, many other applications will benefit from the TC2401's superior performance, including automated test equipment (ATE) for arbitrary waveform generators, lab test equipment for signal generation, local oscillators in both wireless and wireline communications equipment, cellular base station equipment, multi-carrier power amplifiers (MCPA) and direct digital synthesizer (DDS) applications.
NYSE: ADI), a global leader in high-performance semiconductors for signal-processing applications, today announced that it has more than doubled the clock speed of direct digital synthesizer (DDS) integrated circuits (ICs) with on-chip 14-bit digital-to-analog converters (DACs).