line unit


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line unit

[′līn ‚yü·nət]
(electronics)
Electric control device used to send, receive, and control the impulses of a teletypewriter.
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In orders to meet the development target of 500,000 line units in the Greater Jakarta and East Java, the company needs to set aside internal fund of US$ 40 million.
The cost is USS 200 per line unit and if the units are larger the investment value could as low as USS 150 per line unit.
The consortium of Ericsson will build 631,800 line units and base station subsystems (BSS) with an investment of US$ 116 per line unit or US$ 73 million altogether.
Ericsson will have a share of 631,800 units with base station subsystem (BSS) at a cost of US$ 116 per line unit or a total of US$ 73 million.
Telkom, however, claimed that it has fully carried out its commitment pointing to development of 237,329 line units of fixed telephone by September 2002 exceeding the target figure of 225,000 line units.
Investment for 20,000 line units valued at Rp 170 billion
The 4th Infantry Diamond Division, Philippine Army held a ceremonial handover of the newly acquired Information Technology equipment to its line units and offices at 4ID Grandstand, Nov.
Commanders of front line units have counted at least corpses of militants killed as they tried in vain to attack behind the lines" of the loyalists, said the media office of forces loyal to the Government of National Accord (GNA), Alaraby reported.
But rental levels "remained largely unchained" in the second quarter of 2016, he said, adding that "prime malls typically command between QR260/sq m and QR300/sq m per month for the standard line units, while larger stores can secure rents of between QR170/sq m and QR220/sq m per month.