data line

data line

[′dad·ə ‚līn]
(communications)
An individual circuit that transmits data within a communications or computer channel.

data line

An individual circuit, or line, that carries data within a computer or communications channel.
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Alternatively, data can be logged internally and output over RS-232 at a maximum rate of one (1) data line per second.
For intensive data users, du offers a mobile data line which is a mobile line configured for data access only and inserted in a simple plug and play "Mobile Broadband Data Card" which plays the role of a modem.
The Network Series adds data line protection suitable for network, broadband applications and increased peak surge protection to 60,000 A.
The CSPE-M1608 low capacitance EMI filter array from California Micro Devices is designed for LCD data line filtering applications.
5 picofarads (pf) typical -- with a guaranteed maximum of 5 pf -- the NUP4201 ensures data line speed and integrity.
A statewide computer data line problem Friday morning caused a glitch for 911 emergency systems, financial institutions and some Internet service providers, officials said.
Video transmission by fiber optics will allow the multiplying of two signals into a single telephone company data line to cut the sending time in half and reduce rates.
For example, a power disturbance originating at a remote terminal can travel through the data line and even harm a file server that is protected by a UPS.
Frontier Electronics has introduced its SMD Data Line EMI Filters SDLF Series.
For LIN bus applications, the diodes released today provide transient protection for one data line as per IEC 61000-4-2 at 30 kV (air and contact discharge).
Exceeds IEC 61000-4-2 data line ESD protection ([+ or -]15kV-air; [+ or -]8kV-contact)
A single, bidirectional SST data line controls all the devices in the ADT784x family.