tie line


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tie line

[′tī ‚līn]
(communications)
A leased communication channel or circuit.
(physical chemistry)
A line on a phase diagram joining the two points which represent the composition of systems in equilibrium. Also known as conode.
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Once completed, the Wind Catcher Tie Line would deliver energy from the Wind Catcher wind farm in western Oklahoma to customers in Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma and Texas.
The inserter runs on AM's ICON system and a PC-based system from Quipp controls the tie lines.
One of the first solutions was to rent 10 tie lines between the two sites to carry voice and data traffic.
In addition, deployment of multiplexing equipment enabled the network planner to increase the number of tie lines and provide other improved services.
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The carrier has filed a tariff proposing to charge $160 a month per T1 for customers who want to use T1s for applications other than tie lines (these include local-loop uses like DID service, WATS and FX lines).
This RFP 853 covers procurement of 6 self-supporting steel poles (2 with concrete foundations and 4 direct embed) for construction of feeder tie lines at the new Muncie substation.
About 27 locations outside Latrobe were serviced using analog tie lines terminated in a least-cost router (LCR) at Technology.
TeleVantage 101, including related courses on TeleVantage SIP application, VoIP Tie Lines, Automatic Call Distribution, and the Call Classifier and Call Center add-ins.
1 exposes the QSIG interface to the ShoreTel Director, ShoreTel's system management tool, making it easier to configure PRI tie lines to third-party devices such as legacy PBX systems.
This RFP 854 covers procurement of 64 concrete poles for construction of feeder tie lines at the new Muncie substation.