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data link

[′dad·ə ‚liŋk]
(communications)
The physical equipment for automatic transmission and reception of information. Also known as communication link; information link; tie line; tie-link.

data link

In communications, the physical interconnection between two points (OSI layers 1 and 2). It may also refer to the modems, protocols and all required hardware and software to perform the transmission.
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The Data-Link Enterprise solution, seamlessly integrates with LEGO's automated material handing equipment, devices, and back-end systems to enable ease of integration from all aspects.
We hit a home run with the Data-Link system," Rudisill said.
They recognized the benefits of the real-time Data-Link system right away and appreciated system changes being made when they entered them, Rudisill said.
Morse, Senior Vice President of Market Development at Fiserv Data-Link.
The Data-Link staff delivered on every promise they made," added Rudisill.
Mortgage loan servicers using the Data-Link system can now upload and close loans automatically if the loans pass all system, error checking and user edits.
The Fiserv Data-Link Products Group is a leading provider of mortgage servicing software, services, and related mortgage products.
Sadu Thinakal, President of the Fiserv Data-Link Systems Group, said client satisfaction is key to Fiserv.
Promising areas of growth include software defined radio (SDR), WNR, data-links for air defense, squad-level radios and air-to-ground connectivity for close air support.
Data-links, which are both costly and also require extensive work to be done, comprise another promising growth area.
New applications are likely to include high bandwidth tactical data-links for the transfer of real-time situational awareness from high-value ISTAR airborne assets.
Data-links and the advance of the TCDL-type system is making notable progress in the United States.

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