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LDLoad
LDLearning Disabled
LDLong Distance
LDLow Density
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LDLabor Day (US holiday)
LDLead
LDLearning Disability
LDLincoln-Douglas Debate
LDLaser Disc
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LDLegislative District
LDLaser Diode
LDLyme Disease
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LDLiver Disease
LDLighting Designer (theatre)
LDLower Division (degree plan)
LDLoading Dock
LDLiberal Democrat (UK)
LDLinkage Disequilibrium (genetics)
LDLeak Detection
LDLine Driver
LDLimited Distribution (medications)
LDLocal Directory
LDLow Down (song title)
LDLeonardo Dicaprio (actor)
LDLlandrindod Wells (postcode, United Kingdom)
LDLady Day
LDLower Denomination
LDLamina Dura (radiology)
LDLet's Dance
LDLevodopa
LDLarry David
LDLicensed Dietitian
LDLabor and Delivery
LDLiving Dead (gaming clan)
LDLimit of Detection
LDLine of Duty
LDLaw Degree
LDLoading Dose
LDLiquidated Damages (contracts)
LDLight-Dark Cycle
LDLunar Distance (distance between Earth and the Moon)
LDLast Dose
LDLadder Diagram
LDLipodystrophy
LDLibrary Loader (Unix)
LDLibyan Dinar (unit of currency)
LDLow Definition
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LDLaser-Doppler
LDLocal Distribution
LDLine of Departure
LDLucid Dream
LDLiving Donor
LDLactic Dehydrogenase
LDLand Disposal
LDLighting Director (touring musical acts)
LDLandscape Designer
LDLink Dead (gaming)
LDLegionnaire's Disease
LDLaser Designator
LDLogic Diagram
LDLooper's Delight (music resource)
LDLands Department (Hong Kong)
LDLame Ducks (band)
LDLow Drag
LDLarge Drives (Siemens A&D)
LDLarge Deviation
LDLayer Depth
LDLater Dude
LDLimited Deployment
LDLaboratory Development
LDLemon Demon (band)
LDLoop Disconnect (telecommunications)
LDLong Dwell
LDThe Light Dragoons (a British Regiment)
LDLaunch Director
LDListwise Deletion
LDLow Dermal
LDLogic Driver
LDLabor Doula (childbirth)
LDLAN Destination (ATM)
LDLalbhai Dalpatbhai Arts College (Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India)
LDLine Drawer
LDLittle District
LDLeft Defence
LDLegal Driver
LDLinear Decision
LDLuminescence Detector
LDLight Defense (gaming)
LDLinear Dispersive
LDLoaded Deployability
LDLetter Directive
LDLake Doctor
LDLocate & Destroy
LDLeader Designation
LDLogistic Demonstration
LDLaser Dragoon (Star Kingdoms game)
LDLoser Denial (band)
LDLost Descendant (gaming clan)
LDLocalizer Deviation
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However, most stations will be located well away from their logger computer, therefore a set of communication line drivers need to be employed to boost the ADC and computer control signals along the communication line.
The TLD4012 is an ADSL line driver that provides the industry's lowest power consumption, low distortion as well as high through-put in a very small package due to Tripath's proprietary Digital Power Processing (DPP(R)) Technology.
The EL1503CL is a testament to Elantec's focus to provide a synergy of innovative products with high capacity manufacturing for the line driver needs of the xDSL technologies."
The EV8000 is a fully integrated single-chip PLC SoC and includes full modem features from line drivers all the way to the network layer and covers CENELEC-A, FCC and ARIB frequency bands without any changes to the chip or module hardware.
Instead, all of the AFE functionality has been integrated directly into each low-power line driver device, creating a highly efficient, low-power design.
* An optional line driver and differential output signal.
The magnetic encoder consists of a custom-configured magnetic encoder wheel and a magnetoresistive sensor with differential line driver outputs for two incremental channels in quadrature and a once-per-revolution index marker.
The Unicorn II chipset is comprised of a digital chip (ST70138) with integrated Discrete Multi-Tone (DMT) engine, USB (Universal Serial Bus) controller and USB Physical-layer interface (PHY), and the MTC20174 which integrates the Analog Front End (AFE), line driver, and Digitally-Controlled Crystal Oscillator (DCXO).
Northern Line driver Eamon Lynch and Bakerloo Line driver Arwyn Thomas have both taken their case to an employment tribunal.
The AME, BME and LME are modular incremental encoders that offer a wide range of resolution and bore options, and can provide voltage or line driver output.
To reduce the total BOM, cost and power, the SpeedREACH AFE integrates 14-bit linear converters, a +5V line driver, a line receiver and a digitally controlled crystal oscillator (DCXO), and consumes less than 1W.