Direct Circuit

Direct Circuit

 

a method of automation for the rerouting of telegrams at the switching centers of a telegraph system by connecting a transmitting terminal with a receiving terminal. The time required for switching usually amounts to several tens of seconds (see also).

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Ultimately the success of the trial depends upon the completion of a unique direct circuit connection between Chongqing and the international telecom gateway in Shenzhen, the outcome of which should be known by the end of 2013.
That's happened enough times to [make me think] we're hitting a direct circuit right from the vagal nerve to the brain stem with the PST.
In November 1999, the Attorney General's Office asked the Mississippi Supreme Court to direct Circuit Judge Breland Hilburn to order Muse to pay damages and restitution in the ethics complaint.
Heating of the hot air shock system is also by means of gas whereby for better utilization of the energy, the hot air is heated again and again in a direct circuit (closed loop) and only a small quantity of fresh air required for combustion is fed in.
At Redcom Laboratories' booth, Lou Bender, director of new business development, said: "We set up two COs and trunking, incorporated the PBX within the network, and set up the direct circuit console and peripherals, all in half a day.
The contract will provide connectivity from 8el straight to the Internet, removing the need for a direct circuit from each office.
The company said that Communications Providers should expect to see savings of up to 50% for the majority of Ethernet Backhaul Direct circuits, as compared with existing prices for backhaul services.