data transmission line

data transmission line

[′dad·ə tranz′mish·ən ‚līn]
(electricity)
A system of electrical conductors, such as a coaxial cable or pair of wires, used to send information from one place to another or one part of a system to another.
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Supply of 24 routers to operate on a data transmission line of 64 kb/ second speed and a 3 G standby line to serve the automatic teller machines.
Since he also had designs on launching an Internet site, he knew he would need a high-speed data transmission line to maintain it.
And since the new modems permit multiple offices to be connected on the same data transmission line, we are saving considerably on line charges.
While the data bus in HBM2 is 1,024 bits wide, that's only the data transmission lines. Factor in power, ground, and other signaling into the mix, and it's more like 1,700 wires to each HBM2 die.
Featuring a wideband thin-film common mode filter for EMI suppression on DisplayPort interfaces, the TCM1210U-500-2P from TDK works as an EMI countermeasure on high-speed data transmission lines in notebook computers, audiovisual equipment and other electronic devices.
EMI countermeasures on high-speed data transmission lines in notebook computers, audiovisual equipment, and other electronic devices.
Once each sensor node was placed in the desired location, the data transmission lines allowed for multipoint communication between each sensor node and the data logging node.
The ability to preserve data integrity makes the DLP05LC ideally suited for cable set-top boxes and high-speed data transmission lines where the absence of signal degradation is of primary importance.
The following were among the factors constraining wider use of educational technology: lack of skilled personnel, data transmission lines, and Internet service providers; lack of policy and coordination; high costs of technology; and inadequate demonstration of courseware's pedagogical value.
Secure data transmission lines are essential as well, and fiber optic cable is fast becoming the new standard today - adaptable to the next generation of data transfer, which will be optical.
Jenq, whose doctorate is from Princeton University, wrote a paper on a "fast packet switch" about 10 years ago which analyzed the performance and capacity of possible high speed data transmission lines. It was only recently as interest in future super networks heated up, that he dusted the paper off and began the search for funding.

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