leased line

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leased line

(communications, networking)
A private telephone circuit permanently connecting two points, normally provided on a lease by a local PTT.

leased line

A private communications channel leased from a common carrier. Most digital lines require four wires (two pairs) for full-duplex transmission.
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Vista's most popular product is their Air Fiber -- this is a commercial class dedicated circuit, which is delivered wirelessly but back hauls into Vista's privately maintained mixed media core meshed infrastructure.
A simple home charge on a dedicated circuit via a three-pin plug takes about 10 hours, but a faster "refuel" can arranged if you take advantage of Mitsubishi's deal with British Gas who supply a free home-charging kit.
This level of charging requires installation of charging equipment and a dedicated circuit of 20 to 80 Amps.
Imagine forming mechanical parts with electronic circuits on the top, bottom or inner surface of the piece, instead of it containing a dedicated circuit board with all the mechanical connections.
Z's dedicated circuit comprises Z's equipment, including fiber optic or copper cable and point-of-presence equipment, and dedicated or shared equipment.
The machine is also available with piping for secondary hydraulics to handle a wide range of attachments or provide a dedicated circuit to a thumb bucket.
Bearing the hallmarks of a dedicated circuit boy--elaborately styled peroxided hair, lip gloss, rubber hot pants--the fat Daffyd lives in a small rural village in Wales, where he makes his famous claim (in a wonderfully camp Welsh accent, no less).
The fundamental concept of operations for telephone systems has been a dedicated circuit connecting callers.
Of course, the house still needs some finish work and we hooked up to the grid to supplement our own power system when we bought a freezer (it has its own dedicated circuit so that we can run the house on our own system).
T1 service remains the choice of business data access because it is inexpensive, it's available everywhere, it offers guaranteed symmetrical transport with low latency, and it provides secure connectivity with a dedicated circuit.
Universal Access aggregates network information, operates facilities where communications networks can be physically interconnected, provides ongoing dedicated circuit access and offers client support services.
In most cases these radiant systems require their own dedicated circuit that includes a ground fault circuit interrupter.