line driver

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line driver

[′līn ‚drīv·ər]
(computer science)
(electronics)
An integrated circuit that acts as the interface between logic circuits and a two-wire transmission line.

line driver

A device that extends the transmission distance between terminals and computers connected via private lines or networks. Also called a "short-haul modem" or "limited-distance modem," line drivers can extend a signal that is normally limited to a few dozen or a few hundred feet up to several miles. Line drivers are used to connect point-of-sale (POS) terminals, sensors, machine tools and myriad other digital devices to a host computer.
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Verizon Wireless deploys mobile cell sites, directional antennas and network repeaters -- or boosts the call-handling capacity of existing cell sites -- to enhance its network when there is a natural disaster or other unplanned event.
As a result of the system performance engineer tests, the network team deployed distributed antenna systems using network repeaters to enhance coverage to numerous hotels.
The N-Gen generates 100 watts of fuel cell energy and is used in portable radio and laptop battery recharging, law enforcement surveillance installations, off-grid communications devices, walkie talkies, modems and network repeaters.
Power support is critical when grid power is either unavailable or unreliable and many applications, including portable radio and laptop battery recharging, law enforcement surveillance installations, critical off-grid communications devices like satellite phones, walkie talkies, modems and network repeaters, can take advantage of the features of the N-Gen.
Verizon Wireless has also deployed Cells on Wheels (COWs) and network Repeaters on Trailers (RATs) to expand wireless coverage and boost capacity for emergency crews and residents affected by wildfires.
Nasdaq:RPTR), a leading provider of equipment and solutions to expand the coverage area of wireless telecommunications networks, today introduced at CTIA Wireless 2002 the RepeaterWeb NMS, a Web-based management system enabling remote monitoring and control of network repeaters.
As a result of the System Performance Engineers tests, the network team deployed distributed antenna systems using network repeaters to enhance coverage to numerous hotels.
The RC 19 family can also be used with Repeater Technologies' new RepeaterWeb NMS, a Web-based management system enabling remote monitoring and control of network repeaters.
We believe the company has established itself as an industry-leading provider of repeater solutions having deployed over 1,400 Network Repeaters to over 50 service providers worldwide," said May.
RepeaterLink will allow Repeater Technologies Over-the-Air Network Repeaters to be converted to Fiber-Linked Network Repeaters for both the 850 MHz and 1900 MHz bands.

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