AMPS

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AMPS

(Advanced Mobile Phone Service) The primary analog cellular mobile phone system deployed in North and South America and more than 35 other countries. It used FDMA transmission in the 800 Mhz band. The first AMPS system in the U.S. was deployed in Chicago in 1983. See N-AMPS, NMT and TACS.
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collectively, "Oppenheimer"), in connection with the sale of auction rate securities, auction rate preferred stock, auction market preferred stock, variable rate preferred securities, money market preferred securities, periodic auction rate securities and auction rate bonds (collectively, "Auction Rate Securities").
Stockholders approved new terms of the Fund's taxable auction market preferred stock ("AMPS") to facilitate a rating upgrade (Proposal 2).
With respect to Proposal 2, to approve new terms of the Fund's taxable auction market preferred stock to facilitate a rating upgrade, the meeting was adjourned until May 12, 2006, to permit further solicitation of the Auction Market Preferred stockholders.