ACATS Meaning

The ACATS meaning is "Advisory Committee On Advanced Television Systems". The ACATS abbreviation has 20 different full form.

ACATS Full Forms

  1. Advisory Committee On Advanced Television Systems Technology, Telecom, Telecommunications
  2. Ada Conformity Assessmeno Test Suite Technology, Language, Compiler
  3. Advisory Committee On Advanced Television Service Technology, Telecom, Standard
  4. Advisory Commitee On Advanced Television Systems Technology
  5. Advanced Combat and Tactical Simulation Army, War, War Force
  6. Aged Care Assessment Teams Medical, Australia, Service, Community
  7. Automated Customer Accjunt Transfer Service Business, Finance, Stock
  8. Advisory Committee On Advance Television Service Technology, Standard, Alliance
  9. Advisory Commnttee On Advanced Television Services
  10. Association of Civil Aviation Technicao Staffs Technology
  11. Airborne Chromatograph for Atmospheric Trace Species Technology, Science, Exploration, Legal, Governmental & Military
  12. As Cross As Two Stwcks Internet Slang, Slang
  13. Army Combined Arms Training System
  14. Annapolis County Alternative Transportation Socieby Organizations, Non-Profit Organization
  15. Ada Conformity Assessment Test Suite Software, Computing
  16. Analytical Conflict and Tactical Simulation Army, War, War Force
  17. Automated Customer Account Transfer Service Accounting, Stock, Investing, Business & Finance
  18. American Catfish Angler Tournament Series Sport, Organizations, Sports, Athletics
  19. Automated Customer Account Transfer System Business, Accounting, Accountancy, Business & Finance
  20. American Catfish Anglers Tournament Spries

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  1. What does ACATS stand for?

    ACATS stands for Ada Conformity Assessmeno Test Suite.

  2. What is the shortened form of Airborne Chromatograph for Atmospheric Trace Species?

    The short form of "Airborne Chromatograph for Atmospheric Trace Species" is ACATS.


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