telephone line


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telephone line

[′tel·ə‚fōn ‚līn]
(electricity)
The conductors extending between telephone subscriber stations and central offices.
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Minimum quantity of the framework agreement estimated - fixed telephony services over a period of one month minimum main telephone lines, ISDN PRA flow, Direct Dial Inward 45 and maximum 45 individual main telephone lines, ISDN PRA four streams, 100 Direct Inward Dial .
The telephone line infrastructure was never, designed to carry the high frequencies (over 1.
THE OTHER OPTION FOR GETTING MORE Internet speed is by installing an integrated services digital network (ISDN) telephone line in your office, which operates at about four times the speed of a 33.
Some as-yet-unknown interaction between my telephone line and the mode was creating false busy signal with the result that the system liked to hang up after the second ring when sending a FAX.
Ideal for everything from SMB to national retail chains, the USR Call Director first automatically answers, then screens and routes all incoming voice, fax, and modem calls to the right equipment thereby removing the need for multiple costly telephone lines.
Per-call blocking defeats delivery of caller ID on a call-by-call basis; per-line blocking defeats caller ID on a specific outgoing telephone line.
Some autoswitches are built to handle only one telephone line, while others can handle any number of lines in a multiline telephone setup.
When using two-way teleconferencing equipment, a digital telephone line service must send the data.
Mobile subscribers quickly passed the number of fixed-line users and by end-2003 mobiles constituted around 90% of all telephone lines in the country.
Paradyne has proven to us their industry leadership in broadband access over telephone lines.