Definitions for "wdm "
Wave Division Multiplexing. A means of multiplexing different wavelengths of light onto the same physical fiber-optic communications line pair, allowing up to a 40x increase in bandwidth. A single wavelength of light limits a T1 line to 1.4 Mb/s (+/- allowing for clocking); using different wavelengths of light allow the same fiber pair to carry 60Mb/s of data.
See Wave Division Multiplexing.
Wave-length Division Multiplexing
Windows Driver Model. A specification for I/O device drivers that supports both Windows 2000 and Windows 98. WDM is based on a class/miniport driver architecture that is modular and extensible. WDM easier for hardware vendors to support hardware devices.
Win32 Driver Model. A 32-bit driver model based on the Windows NT driver model that is designed to provide a common architecture of I/O services for both Windows NT and Windows operating systems for specific classes of drivers.
Windows Driver Model. A driver model based on the Windows NT driver model that is designed to provide a common architecture of I/O services for Windows operating systems for specific classes of drivers. This driver model is currently supported under Windows 98 Second Edition, Windows Millenium Edition, Windows 2000, and Windows XP. WDM drivers provide low-latency, multi-channel I/O.
Keywords:  xdm, rothamel, tom, greet, login
Wdm is a modification of the X11 xdm package for graphically handling authentication and system login. Most of xdm has been preserved with the login interface based on a WINGs implementation using Tom Rothamel's "external greet" interface.
Keywords:  delineation, wetland, manual
Wetland Delineation Manual.
Keywords:  village, wireless, world, wide, web
Wireless Village World Wide Web
Keywords:  movement, world, development
World Development Movement