point-to-point


Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Financial, Acronyms, Wikipedia.

point-to-point

Brit
a. a steeplechase organized by a recognized hunt or other body, usually restricted to amateurs riding horses that have been regularly used in hunting
b. (as modifier): a point-to-point race

point-to-point

A communications path from one location to another (point A to point B). Contrast with multipoint.
References in periodicals archive ?
The Tivyside Hunt point-to-point was instituted in 1898 - the course being in Beulah in the parish of Blaenporth.
Applications for the sale will begin early in 2011 during the point-to-point season.
The full-duplex, point-to-point nature of SAS enables simultaneous active connections among multiple initiators and high-performance SAS targets.
Mark Davies, chairman of the Jockey Club's point-to-point liaison committee, said: ``We are encouraged that the determination of the hunting and point-to-pointing community is such that the 2005 fixtures are expected to go ahead.
March 2 - Tynedale point-to-point - unseated rider;
Incidentally, Brunico who was the winner of what I believe to be the most controversial point-to-point race ever.
Knockanglass Stables will consign Dunkelly Castle (123), winner of a four-year-old maiden point-to-point at Roscommon on Sunday, while Geoffrey Deacon Thoroughbreds has added Qualypso D'Allier (124), the winner of a Cocklestone open point-to-point by a distance on Sunday.
Regarding frequency trends, Strategy Analytics expects that the traditional frequency segments will continue to dominate point-to-point radios used for cellular backhaul, despite the introduction of radios operating at 60GHz and above.
However, one thing certain is that it will still be required reading for all serious point-to-point enthusiasts.
FEARS that the foxhunting ban would affect the 2005 point-to-point season have been allayed by the Jockey Club, writes Seb Vance.
As with SATA, Serial-Attached SCSI is a high-speed, point-to-point technology initially designed to operate at speeds up to 3Gbps.

Full browser ?