line loop

line loop

[′līn ‚lüp]
(communications)
Portion of a telephone circuit that includes a user's telephone set and the pair of wires that connect it with the distributing frame of a central office.
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Tenders are invited for On line loop cutting on stelmore & coil forming chembers in wrm
Local loop sector has performed well as the total tele-density of both Fixed Line Loop (FLL) and Wireless Local Loop (WLL) services combined reached 3.
Lemansky said it is too early to know if that portion will require regular blowoffs but a line loop approved at the May town meeting will help to keep the water moving.
Earlier this year the Northern Line between Southport and Hall Road was temporarily closed and the Wirral Line loop was shut for a month.
Public Service of New Hampshire, which owns a 100-megawatt power line loop through Littleton, Berlin and Lancaster, is working on a feasibility study to boost capacity to 400 or more megawatts.
The city is paying $29,000 to split the cost of an 8-inch water line that will connect to a 12-inch water line loop also being used by the Northwest Arkansas Mall.
The project, called 2002 West Path Line Loop, consisted of four loops of 48-inch diameter pipe and one loop of 20-inch diameter pipe for a total of 53.
Therefore, an unregulated wireless CETC with no common line loop costs, and no obligation to pass the benefits on to consumers, easily can use the rule to obtain excessive support to gain an unfair competitive advantage in a rural ILEC service territory.
Engineers for Merseyrail and maintenance organisation Network Rail closed the Wirral Line loop, which was believed to be contributing to the problem because of the sharp bends on the system.
CDI stands for Common-rail Direct Injection -- a term denoting the fuel line loop supplying constant, very high fuel pressure (up to 23,000 psi) to each of the six solenoid injector valves.
The project will include a new half-mile transmission line loop to connect the expanded substation with a nearby 230-kilovolt transmission line.
But the focus remains on the tight curves of the underground Wirral Line loop, which links James Street, Moorfields and Lime Street and which is closed, with trains stopping at James Street.