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DAMADemand Assigned Multiple Access (NATO and International Standards)
DAMADark Matter
DAMADesign Anywhere Manufacture Anywhere
DAMADemand Assigned Multiple Access
DAMAData Management Association (Lutz, FL)
DAMAData Administration Management Association
DAMADemand Activated Manufacturing Architecture
DAMADischarge Against Medical Advice
DAMADeutsche Arzneimittel-und Medizinprodukteagentur (German: German Medicines and Medical Devices Agency)
DAMADécoration Agencement Mobilier Aquitaine (French: Decorative Furniture Fittings Aquitaine)
DAMADrapeaux de l'Anneau-Monde Alliance (French: Flags of the Ring World Alliance)
DAMAData Mining and Analysis
DAMADepartment of the Army Materiel Annex
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The ViaSat terminals are Joint Interoperability Test Command (JITC) and NSA certified to ensure compliance with Legacy Demand Assigned Multiple Access (DAMA) Military Standards and provide interoperability with internationally-fielded UHF satcom terminals.
Moreover, its Grand Kru cell site has been configured with voice-over-IP over satellite, using Demand Assigned Multiple Access (DAMA) technology.
SkyEdge II also gives Orange the advantage of network-wide Demand Assigned Multiple Access which matches user demands to available satellite capacity and offers bandwidth savings when compared to traditional Single Channel Per Carrier based solutions.
The AN/PRC-152 was reportedly selected to provide MRAP users with advanced multiband SINCGARS and Demand Assigned Multiple Access (DAMA) satellite communications interoperability.
Under the contract, DynCorp also will upgrade the radios with the Demand Assigned Multiple Access (DAMA) capability.
is being awarded a $9,891,000 modification to previously awarded indefinite-quantity/indefinite-delivery, cost-plus-fixed-fee contract (N65236-97-D-5803) to provide analytical, engineering, and support services for various satellite communication programs such as Joint Maritime Communications Strategy, Advanced Digital Networking System, Demand Assigned Multiple Access, and Global Broadcast support services as required by SPAWARSYSCEN Charleston, Code 523.
Wayne, IN to supply enhanced UHF Satellite Communications (Satcom) Demand Assigned Multiple Access (DAMA) modem modules for Raytheon multiband terminals.
The ARC-210 currently contains both Demand Assigned Multiple Access (DAMA) and Integrated Waveform (IW) satellite communications capabilities.
IW, a requirement of the Department of Defence (DoD) Standardisation Programme, is designed to prolong the life of the UHF Demand Assigned Multiple Access (DAMA) SATCOM System through a series of network upgrades.
We have added training on the Demand Assigned Multiple Access mode of operations for our 31Cs and we are working to procure an upgraded simulator to expand our capability to provide this training in other signal courses.