The acronym ULD may refer to the following:

  • Unit Load Device, a type of pallet or container used to load a large quantity objects onto aircraft
  • Ultra Low Delay Audio Coder, a type of audio data compression scheme
  • Uneverricht-Lundborg disease (or EPM1), a type of potentially-fatal progressive myoclonic epilepsy
  • Upper Limb Disorder, a type or repetitive strain injury


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