line code

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line code

[′līn ‚kōd]
(computer science)
The single instruction required to solve a specific type of problem on a special-purpose computer.
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According to the company, the modem uses TC PAM-16 line coding, equalisation, adaptive filtering and echo cancellation to enable the transmission of multiple SHDSL lines on the same physical cable.
Ericsson's DSLAM solution would now enable Vaasa Telephone Company to launch services based on new ADSL2 line coding techniques.
Other features include high immunity to background noise, enabling transmission of multiple HDSL lines via the same physical cable, and the use of equalisation, adaptive filtering, echo cancellation and 2B1Q line coding to compensate for line impairments and mixed cabling.
Features include its use of flat cut blanks (less expensive than pre-glued sleeves), on line coding and date stamping, portability and ability to accommodate a variety of tray types and sizes, including complex die-cut shapes and sleeves for round containers.
Other features include the use of equalisation, adaptive filtering, echo cancellation and 2B1Q line coding to compensate for line impairments, bridge taps and mixed cabling and high immunity to background noise, enabling transmission of multiple HDSL lines via the same physical cable.
It also supports the current standards in discrete multi-tone ADSL line coding to ensure widespread interoperability with service providers' ADSL systems.
This information is used to set up production line coding equipment for each run, achieved either manually via a printed report, or automatically in conjunction with Claricom's CLARiNET coder network management software.