demarcation point


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demarcation point

The location within a home or office where the line from the telephone company enters the building. Also called the "minimum point of entry" (MPOE). See demarc extension.
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We removed that and today there is no real demarcation point --all optical forms end-to-end service paths.' The benefits of this, asserts Lavallee, include 'a lot less equipment; less cost points; less equipment in the network itself; and the development of technology for the network.'
The optimal demarcation point of blood APRI in predicting cirrhosis combined with oesophageal varices was 1.4, with the corresponding sensitivity and specificity being 0.939 and 0.600, respectively.
Caption: Figure 14: The Pearson correlation coefficient between PSV and D or [R.sub.q] at different demarcation points.
Cooling as a service creates abstraction upstream of the demarcation point, resulting in the freedom to be much more creative and innovative in meeting the on-demand cooling needs.
* El Paso-to-Juarez Products Pipeline--a 2.5-mile pipeline that originates in El Paso and terminates at an interconnect with Mexico's state-owned PEMEX at the international demarcation point in the Rio Grande River.
RAD Data Communications has introduced its new customer- located, service-oriented Ethernet Network Termination Unit (E-NTU) that provides a clear demarcation point between user and operator networks, permitting end-to-end control of Fast Ethernet services in the fiber Local Loop.
The inside wiring rules permit the property owner to specify the location of the demarcation point and are an important tool in maintaining an owner's control over facilities on the property.
TV's "Happy Days" gave the world Fonzie, Richie Cunningham and Ralph Malph; the phrases "Sit on it, Potsie" and "Aaaaayyyyy." As a demarcation point for shows that have made themselves irrelevant, it also yielded the phrase "jump the shark."
The harbor is considered the number one demarcation point for all products entering and leaving China.
Although there is no set standard, the demarcation point appears to fall around the 30-day mark, and in any event no later than 90 days.
FTTH loops are fiber optic cable transmission facilities that run from a distribution frame (or its equivalent) in an incumbent local exchange carrier's (LEC's) central office to the loop demarcation point at an end user customer premise.