access line


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access line

[′ak‚ses ‚līn]
(communications)
Four-wire circuit between a subscriber or a local PBX to the serving switching center.
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access line

The line from a customer site to a telephone company's central office.
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The MD met with the governor and they had a fruitful discussion and he (the governor) helped us tremendously to secure the access line to the station.
between 10 and 15 Megabits per second), which must be equivalent to the access line speeds achieved by the 20th to 80th percentiles of the ISP's similar customers (i.e.
Mean renal parenchymal thickness in the percutaneous access line was 17.2 [+ or -] 7.2 mm, median visceral adipose tissue thickness was 15 mm (range, 2.8-35.3 mm), median muscle tissue thickness was 12.1 mm (range, 2.5-78.2 mm), and mean subcutaneous tissue thickness was 26 [+ or -] 11.4 mm.
CPS uses network access technology which allows traffic originating from the customer's line to be routed to the network of the chosen service provider as the "selection" of the preferred provider is automatically carried out by the exchanges in the public network of the main access line provider.
'Users are now having the opportunity to choose their service provider regardless of the main access line provider,' he pointed out.
Users are now having the opportunity to choose their service provider regardless of the main access line provider," said TRA director-general Mohamed Nasser Al Ghanim while commenting on the implications this commercial launch has on the UAE market.
The bonds are secured by customer access line fees charged monthly on all telephone lines in Minnesota.
NTT Com will provide Group-Ether customers with one-stop service covering applications, billing and troubleshooting, as well as FLET'S access line, dedicated converter and network.
This is because the ERG definition requires that alternative operators must be able to differentiate their services; and a simple resale of the access line does not allow the alternative operator to differentiate access speed (5).
Each access line can deliver audio, video, and data and the total capacity of an Alcatel 7301 ASAM can support up to 10,000 simultaneous users.
Zarlink Semiconductor has expanded its portforlio of timing devices for optical networking equipment with the ZLTM30410 digital PLL (phase-locked loop), a full-featured timing chip with what is said to be the industry's lowest jitter, for access line cards operating at OC-3 (Optical Carrier level 3) rates.
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