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RTS may refer to:
- Rape Trauma Syndrome
- Rett syndrome
- Revised Trauma Score, a system to evaluate injuries secondary to violent trauma
- Rubinstein–Taybi syndrome
Radio and television
- Royal Television Society, a UK-based society for the discussion of television
- Radio Television of Serbia, the national broadcasting company of Serbia
- Radiodiffusion Télévision Sénégalaise, the Senegalese national broadcasting company
- Radio Télévision Suisse, the French-speaking public broadcasting company of Switzerland
- Rozhlas a televízia Slovenska, the national broadcasting company of Slovakia
- Radio & Television of Singapore, a former name of MediaCorp Singapore
- RedTeleSistema, a private television station in Ecuador
- SES/RTS, the callsign of a TV station in Loxton, South Australia
- Return statement, mnemonic in some computer languages (ReTurn from Subroutine)
- Radio teleswitch service, which regulates energy rates via broadcast radio in the UK
- Request to Send, IEEE 802.11 and RS-232 control signal
- Runtime system, an implementation for executing software.
- Rapid Transit Series, bus manufactured by General Motors Corporation
- Regional Transit Service, a division of the Rochester-Genesee Regional Transportation Authority
- Gainesville Regional Transit System, bus system in Florida, US
- Russian Trading System, a stock exchange in Russia
- Reclaim the Streets, an organization
- Reformed Theological Seminary, a theological seminary in the United States
- Return to sender (disambiguation)
- Ronald Reagan Ballistic Missile Defense Test Site, also known as the "Reagan Test Site"
- Return To Stock, one of many stock management sequences in a Warehouse Management System
- Real-time strategy, a gaming genre
- Real Time Snickometer, part of a cricket review tool for Decision Review System
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