communications control unit

communications control unit

[kə‚myü·nə′kā·shənz kən′trōl ‚yü·nət]
(communications)
A device that handles data transmission between components of a communications network, and performs related functions such as multiplexing, message switching, and code conversion. Abbreviated CCU.
References in periodicals archive ?
Motorola has integrated Bluetooth wireless technology into the Communications Control Unit it supplies to BMW to provide drivers with a more convenient way to conduct hands-free calling.
When installed in a PC, NCI 3270 Coax/PCI Adapter provides a direct interface to the mainframe or can be interfaced through an IBM 3174/3274/3276/4701/4702 Cluster Communications Control Unit.
In an earlier laboratory demonstration, the new technique was also used to successfully rehost the Communications Control Unit software of the C-17 from the legacy military standard processor to a commercial processor without modifying a single line of code.
In the back office, there is a Communications Control Unit and an In Store Processor.

Full browser ?