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DDS may refer to:

Computer and information science[edit]

Electronics and communications[edit]

  • Direct digital synthesizer, a type of frequency synthesizer used for creating arbitrary waveforms from a single, fixed-frequency reference clock


Law and administration[edit]


Arts and popular culture[edit]


  • Dutchess Day School, private Pre-K through 8th Grade School in Millbrook, New York, United States
  • Davidson Day School, Pre-K through 12th Grade School in Davidson, North Carolina, United States

Other uses[edit]