leased line

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leased line

(communications, networking)
A private telephone circuit permanently connecting two points, normally provided on a lease by a local PTT.
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leased line

A private communications channel leased from a common carrier. Most digital lines require four wires (two pairs) for full-duplex transmission.
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Most of them seem to be street circuits with narrow walls and limited overtaking opportunities, no doubt due to the lower costs involved with a temporary facility as opposed to a full-blown dedicated circuit.
This will be a dedicated circuit which will connect the Jordanian Universities Network directly to the European research and education network (GEeANT) via the first Arab point of presence in London which is managed and operated by the Arab States Research and Education Network (ASREN).
If you have a fairly large list of things you want to keep running during a power outage, a better solution would be to have an electrician do some magic and install a dedicated circuit and a transfer switch.
A simple home charge on a dedicated circuit via a three-pin plug takes about 10 hours, but a faster "refuel" can arranged if you take advantage of Mitsubishi's deal with British Gas who supply a free home-charging kit.
This level of charging requires installation of charging equipment and a dedicated circuit of 20 to 80 Amps.
Imagine forming mechanical parts with electronic circuits on the top, bottom or inner surface of the piece, instead of it containing a dedicated circuit board with all the mechanical connections.
The science of it all lies in the prototype power amplifier chip that has a dedicated circuit and sensors that can change actuators in microseconds if there's damage, re-optimizing the connections on the spot.
Both aim to provide VoiceService with a dedicated circuit, allowing customers access through local and long distance carriers.
Situation 2: The facts are the same as in Situation 1, except that A does not have multiple business locations, and Z uses a dedicated circuit, instead of a SONET ring, to transmit A's telecommunications to the PSTN and others' telecommunications from the PSTN.
The machine is also available with piping for secondary hydraulics to handle a wide range of attachments or provide a dedicated circuit to a thumb bucket.
Is it preferable to have this power on a dedicated circuit breaker?
A general term used to describe the exchange of packets of voice data traffic over the network, rather than via a dedicated circuit connection - an invaluable part of collaboration that adds voice to other parts of web conferencing and into business applications, using an Internet protocol network.

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