loaded line

loaded line

[′lōd·əd līn]
(electricity)
Wire line in which loading coils have been inserted at regular intervals to reduce attenuation and phase lag at the frequencies within the band used.

loaded line

A telephone line from customer to central office that uses loading coils to reduce distortion.
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In this resource on elastohydrodynamic lubrication (EHL), Kudish (Kettering University) presents a method for assessing lightly and heavily loaded line and point EHL contacts using asymptotic and numerical approaches.
Jim's take: The Indians should make a run for the Division 4 championship thanks to a loaded line and an experienced running game that will make them one of the more dangerous teams in the area.
A LOADED LINE may be defined as a transmission line having a distribution of uniformly spaced capacitive loads (4).
the loaded line characteristic impedance (Zo') should be utilized when computing the optimum values for terminators, not the unloaded (Zo).
In some cases a minimum loaded line impedance is essential for maintaining signal quality, such as keeping the first signal plateau beyond receiver threshold.
and Dreyer's or Edy's Loaded lines mix them into light" Two of Breyers' brand-name flavors (Heath Reese's) are also made with light ice cream, while the other two (Oreo and Snickers) use full-fat.
As surrogates for the Republican and Democratic nominees trade verbal jabs and riled crowds shout racially loaded lines, the Republican Party chairman in hotly contested Virginia shouldn't up the ante with such an outlandish comparison.
The second and final phase of the CSC -- co-funded by the Electric Power Research Institute and other utilities around the country -- is expected to be completed this year, allowing power to be routed away from heavily loaded lines to underutilized lines.
With completion of Phase Two of the CSC next year, the project will not only move more power over existing lines, but will have the capability to route power away from heavily loaded lines to underutilized lines.