Question: What is AMP means in chat?

What is AMP stand for?

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What does AMP mean on the Internet?

Accelerated Mobile Pages AMP (Accelerated Mobile Pages) is a mobile-friendly website page format for mobile devices. AMP pages are designed to accelerate page display on mobile platforms.

What is the full form of amps?

Advanced Mobile Phone Service (AMPS) is a first generation analogue cellular telephone system that originated in the USA. AMPS operates in the 800 and 900 MHz frequency bands.

What is Gimp full form?

GIMP is an acronym for GNU Image Manipulation Program. It is a freely distributed program for such tasks as photo retouching, image composition and image authoring.

What happens if amperage is too high?

If an incorrect voltage is used — say a higher voltage than the device is rated to accept — then yes, too many amps may be drawn and the device can be damaged. This is why its critical to use the correct voltage.

Which is more important volts or amps?

As important as amps and volts are when considering on which you should place more emphasis, is the use. If its hanging curtain rods, low amp and low voltage should serve you well. If its for big indoor and outdoor projects, higher voltage and lower amperage could be the best bet.

What is IMP full form?

The IMPS full form stands for Immediate Payment Service. This is an inter-bank electronic fund transfer system that uses mobile phones as a platform for the transfer process. IMPS is different from NEFT and RTGS as it is available 24/7 and 365 days regardless of bank holidays.

What is LMOA?

Lmao stands for laughing my ass off. Typically people use it in written conversations to show that they think something is funny. You can think of it as a stronger version of lol, which stands for laughing out loud.

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