transmission line


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transmission line

See feeder.

transmission line

[tranz′mish·ən ‚līn]
(electricity)
A system of conductors, such as wires, waveguides, or coaxial cables, suitable for conducting electric power or signals efficiently between two or more terminals.
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In case of delays, capacity charges will have to be paid by the sponsors of these coal-fired projects to the Chinese firm handling and laying the Matiari-Lahore transmission line according to a recent cabinet instructive.
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The house that backed up to the transmission line and one of the ones across the street were the same model, and they were listed at the same price.
THE TROJAN HORSE OF TRANSMISSION LINE SITING AUTHORITY
State governments, through public utility commissions and other agencies, traditionally approve transmission line siting.
Chilton says they also sold some of their assets to Hydro One Networks, a transmission line company, to complete the financing.
Deaton said additional revenues from watershed lands could be used for deferring some of the proposed rate increases, while those from properties associated with the power grid could go toward landscaping or other improvements in transmission line corridors.

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