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AMPS

Abbreviation for:
Alcohol Misuse Prevention Study
assessment of motor and process skills (Medspeak-UK)

Assessment of Motor and Process Skills

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AMPS

A performance test of complex tasks required for activities of daily living, used in rehabilitation. It is one of the first of a generation of functional performance assessments designed to accommodate differences in settings and raters through statistical mechanisms.
See: functional assessment
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The client relationship may be at stake where highly confidential client information becomes public after a lawyer unthinkingly discusses it on an insecure cordless or analog phone.
* People who plan to use their cell phone on a limited basis should consider an analog phone.
Years of saturating the country with transmission towers has given analog phones a typically longer range than digital phones, but they also have more static and faint hissing noises in the background.
For Internet connection and data transmission, it's four times faster than regular analog phone lines--and there are no busy signals.
Transfers don't suffer from the noise analog phone lines do.
Eventually, when today's analog phone lines go digital, they'll be hooked into the TV/computer, too.
Both one-way and two-way video transmission is possible over the Internet or ordinary analog phone lines.
Under the bill, Section 1 of RA 4200 would be revised to cover the act of eavesdropping on private communications using "any electronic, mechanical, digital or analog phone system, or similar devices."
Gaithersburg, MD, December 09, 2015 --(PR.com)-- GL Communications Inc., announced today its latest product Analog 2-wire Bulk Call Generator referred to as MAPS[TM] Analog Phone Simulator (APS).
It teaches how Asterisk replaces analog phone systems, including the basics of PSTN services, SIP, IAX, and dial plans.
The IP Phone adapter, v22, is a network device that plugs in between a router or network and a conventional analog phone. This device essentially allows a conventional phone to make and receive VoIP calls.