line link

line link

[′līn ‚liŋk]
(communications)
A frame on which several hundred telephone lines appear in a crossbar switching system. Abbreviated LL.
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Only one day before the one power line was attacked, the Iraqi Electricity Ministry announced that the fourth power line link with Iran had been activated about 300 kilometers south of the one severed by the bombing.
Automated Laundry Early Response Technology) also monitors and alters wash cycles, records coin revenues, resets prices, tracks usage and even identifies an unplugged machine; all via a telephone line link to the firm's central computer system.
The move is a coup for the seaside town after a campaign to have the line link up with the Dart which carries hundreds of commuters from the south-east.
The Datacryptor range of hardware encryptors provides strong and FIPS 140-2 certified security at Layer 2 and Layer 3 applications including leased line Link, Frame Relay, SONET, IP networks, and Ethernet.
He remembers meeting girls at the first-run movie theaters downtown, riding to their houses on the east side and eventually beginning young romances sustained by the Red Line link that allowed east- and west-side kids to mix.
The Datacryptor range of hardware encryptors provides strong FIPS 140-2 certified security at Layer 2 and Layer 3 applications including leased line Link, Frame Relay, SONET, IP networks, and Ethernet.
The Paddington Bakerloo Line Link Project will create a new deep level passenger link between the Bakerloo Line platforms and the new Crossrail station at Paddington (approximately a distance of 100 metres).
Sakonnet will be providing primary customer and technical support services for Fortis, including remote server hosting with a private line link to Fortis' New York City trading floor.
Three lines now link Baniyas station with Al Fahidi, Dubai Old Souk and Al Sabkha stations, and the fourth line links Old Souk station with Al Ghubaiba station.
The green line links Prestatyn to Rhyl, St Asaph, Denbigh, Llyn Brenig, Bala, Dolgellau, Barmouth.
The 254-km line links the Mediterranean port of Ashkelon to the Red Sea terminal at Eilat.
Each point represents a potential answer, and a line links each pair.