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ATM
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ATM: Cash machine, computerized bank machine where customers can make transactions using a magnetic card
Atomic clock
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Atomic clock: Highly accurate electronic clock regulated by the vibration frequencies of particular atoms or molecules
Attenuator
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Attenuator: Device that reduces the amplitude of an electronic signal (Electronics)
ATX
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ATX: Computer configuration developed by Intel in which the motherboard is rotated 90 degrees and every slot can accommodate a full-length expansion card (Computers)
Au
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Au: Gold (Chemistry) format of sound files created on a UNIX system (Computers)
Audio Interchange File Format
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Audio Interchange File Format: (Computers) format for storing high quality music and audio samples (developed by Apple, used on both Macintosh and PC)
Audio oscillator
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Audio oscillator: Electronic circuit that produces one pure tone or frequency at a time
AUP
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AUP: Guidelines which users of an Internet access provider must follow (Computers)
Authentication server
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Authentication server: Server that supplies authentication service to users or other systems across computer networks (Internet)
Authoring
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Authoring: (Computers) composing, preparing of a multimedia display writing of hypertext and its preparation
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