DMF

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AcronymDefinition
DMFDual Mass Flywheel (automobile transmissions)
DMFDivision of Marine Fisheries
DMFDimethylformamide
DMFDictionnaire du Moyen Français (French: Dictionary of the Middle French)
DMFDimethyl Fumarate (drug)
DMFDrug Master File
DMFDansk Musiker Forbund (Danish: Danish Musicians' Union)
DMFDigest Message Format
DMFDeutsches Medizin Forum (German: German Medicine Forum)
DMFDeath Master File (US SSA)
DMFDirection des Musées de France
DMFDistribution Management Framework
DMFDirect Manual Focusing
DMFDistribution Media Format
DMFData Morphing Factor
DMFData Migration Framework
DMFDvd Movie Factory
DMFDigital Multi Finder
DMFData Migration Facility
DMFDivX Media Format
DMFDeutsches Mobilfunk Forschungsprogramm (Germany)
DMFDistrict Mosellan de Football (French football district)
DMFDecision Making Framework
DMFDeclarative Management Framework (Microsoft SQL Server)
DMFDépartement des Marchés Financiers (French: Department of Financial Markets)
DMFDecayed, Missing, Filled (dentistry)
DMFData Management Facility
DMFDestination Marketing Fee
DMFDiplôme des Moulins de France (French: Diploma Mills of France)
DMFDen Moroniska Föreningen (Swedish gaming association)
DMFDésinfection Médicale France (French medical disinfection company)
DMFDisciples Mission Fund
DMFDiffusion Matériels Frigorifiques (French cooling equipment company)
DMFData Modulation Format
DMFDarwin Mobile Force (Australia)
DMFDebtor Master File
DMFDigital Matched Filters
DMFDistributed Media Format
DMFDigital Money Forum (electronic transactions)
DMFDepot Maintenance Float
DMFDead Man Floating (Everquest)
DMFData Management File
DMFDipole Moment Function
DMFDistributed Management Facility
DMFDesign Master File
DMFDumb Mother Figure (polite form)
DMFDigital Multiplexing and Formatting
DMFDigital Modulation Format
References in periodicals archive ?
The second generation standards use digital modulation formats, TDMA/FDD and CDMA/FDD multiple access techniques.
The RF vector signal generator offers signal generation from 250 kHz to 2.7 GHz, and it can produce analog and custom digital modulation as well as standard digital modulation formats such as ASK, FSK, MSK, PSK and QAM.
The combination of gain, NF, attenuation and third-order intercept (IP3) make these devices ideal for base station transmitter and receiver chains that process complex digital modulation formats such as CDMA, GSM, PCS and UMTS.
With the introduction of digital modulation formats and the trend towards multi-carrier amplifiers, base station power amplifiers require the use of transistors with high peak power capability.
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