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ODROnline Dispute Resolution
ODROutdoor Rink
ODROregon Department of Revenue (Salem, OR)
ODROn-Demand Routing
ODROlympic Day Run
ODROptical Disk Recorder
ODROxygen Diffusion Rate
ODROfficial Discount Rate
ODROperator Driven Reliability
ODROptical Disc Replication (Netherlands)
ODROffice of Dispute Resolution
ODROne Definition Rule
ODRon Demand Routing
ODROutput Data Redundancy
ODROriginal Data Record
ODROnline Driver Repair
ODROperational Data Store
ODROptimized Dynamic Routing
ODROctal Data Rate
ODROffice Discipline Referral (school safety assessment)
ODROptical Digital Reference (Pioneer Car Audio)
ODROffense Defense Ratio (gaming)
ODROne-Definition Rule (C++)
ODROperating Deficit Reserve (various organizations)
ODROctal Data Rate (high speed memory interface transfers 8 bits of data per clock cycle)
ODROutdoor Reset
ODROven Door Runners (New York)
ODROffice of Defense Representative (US DoD)
ODROnline Dating Rights (advocacy)
ODROptical Diffraction Radiation
ODROn-Demand Risk
ODROn-Demand Read (various companies)
ODROur Daily Red (wines)
ODROutput Data Rate
ODROur Day Remains (band)
ODROpen Don't Reply (social media)
ODROffice of Disability Resources (Miami University, OH)
ODROutput Data Request
ODROmni-Directional Reconnaissance (defense and security)
ODROptical Data Recorder
ODROperation de Developpement Rizicole (Project for Rice Development)
ODROverland Downlook Radar
ODROwner Designated Representative
ODROrdered Dimensional Routing
ODROfficial Document Registry (Official Document Registry, LLC)
ODRObligation Disbursement Report
ODROil Disposal Raft
ODROptimal Diversity Reception
ODROscillating Disc Rheometry (rubber curing profile)
ODROffice of Defense Records
ODROffender Detail Report
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To support both high speed and robust data transfer, the devices utilize advanced Rambus-specific features such as Differential Rambus Signal Level (DRSL) interface, which minimizes the signal swing and noise, and Octal Data Rate (ODR) which transfers 8 bits per clock cycle to achieve 3.2 GHz operation even with the commonly used 400 MHz clock.