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DDCDifícil de Creer (Spanish: Hard to Believe; TV show; Mexico)
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DDCDose-Dense Chemotherapy (oncology)
DDCDetroit Diesel Corporation
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DDCDanish Design Center (museum; Copenhagen, Denmark)
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DDCDopa Decarboxylase
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DDCDocument Destruction Company (Chicago, IL)
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DDCDesktop Delivery Controller (Citrix XenDesktop VDI Load Balancer)
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DDCDefensive Driving Certificate (various locations)
DDCDestination Delivery Charge
DDCDigital Downconverter
DDCDigital Documentation Center (various universities)
DDCDover District Council (UK)
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DDCDéveloppement et Dynamique Commerciale (French: Development and Business Dynamics)
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DDCDecision Development Corporation
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DDCDiversité Développement Coopération (French: Diversity Development Cooperation)
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DDCDesktop Developers' Conference
DDCDideoxycytosine (antiviral drug)
DDCDiecasting Development Council
DDCDodge City, KS, USA - Dodge City Municipal (Airport Code)
DDCDigital to Digital Converter
DDCDavao Doctors College (Philippines)
DDCDevice-Dependent Command
DDCDigital Divide Council
DDCDefect Detection Capability
DDCDesign During Construction
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DDCDarokin Diplomatic Corps (fictional, Dungeons & Dragons)
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DDCDiluted Dynamic Clean (semiconductors)
DDCDrunk and Disorderly Conduct
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DDCDiamond Dealer Club
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DDCdoor delivery charge
DDCDuty District Controller
DDCDirect Design Cost
DDCDemand Dependency Constraint
DDCDavao Diecast Club (Philippines)
DDCDisaster District Center (Texas)
DDCDiebold Direct Connection
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Parameter [C.sub.stray] represents the output capacitance of DC-to-DC converter, and this parameter is estimated using resonator frequency of DC supply loop.
According to Fraiser, "The average fuel consumption improvement from a start-stop system is approximately 4%." Consequently, Bosch is shipping 2.5-million units of the electronics package (the sensors and the DC-to-DC converter) in 2011, which is double the amount shipped in 2010.
However, as alternative energy sources such as wind and photovoltaics become more commonplace, there may be additional opportunities to save energy by eliminating wasteful power conversions (dc power supplies and dc-to-dc converters) and replacing them with a highly efficient front-end conversion to create a house-wide dc power bus.
Also now available are the ADuM620x series of dual-channel digital isolators that feature isoPower integrated, isolated dc-to-dc converter technology and 5-kV rms isolation rating.
The GENFET devices are optimized for the synchronous rectification function performed in a dc-to-dc converter. These components provide the very low on-resistance required for the MOSFET portion of the circuit in leading edge converter designs.
The VRMS-91-12-36 is a low-profile dc-to-dc converter VRM designed for the low-voltage Intel Xeon processor and the Intel E7501 chipset.
The input, interstage, DC-to-DC converter, supply sequencing and active bias circuits reside on the die.
For example, the 48 V device eliminates the DC-to-DC converter required to utilize conventional silicon and GaAs high power devices.
Both require +5 V and [+ or -] 12 V power and can accommodate a dc-to-dc converter option that allows input from a single 18-36 V supply voltage.
Netherlands contractor Philips Semiconductors has introduced a smaller-sized FlipChip variant of its model TEA12O7 DC-to-DC converter IC.
To enable replacement of the voltage supply with the output power, small DC-to-DC converters in a technology (GaAs heterojunction bipolar transistor (HBT)) that can be integrated monolithically with the power amplifier itself have been implemented, The DC-to-DC converter employs a high switching frequency (10 to 20 MHz), which allows its output to be modulated rapidly to track the changing envelope of the output signal.
The filament and bias power supply is transformer-coupled duty cycle regulated, DC-to-DC converter design.