Four-wire line | Article about four-wire line by The Free Dictionary
four-wire line[′fȯr ‚wīr ′līn]
A transmission line in which four conductors lie at the corners of a rectangle, and each conductor is in phase with the conductor at the opposite corner and out of phase with the conductors at adjacent corners.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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And with a single four-wire line
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It specialises in the production of semi-automatic systems for processing coaxial cables and four-wire lines
and operates in Germany, Mexico, Romania and the US.
Attachments to the communications link is via screw terminals for either one set or two sets of four-wire lines
. Power is supplied by a wall-mounted, low-voltage transformer.